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This morning the White House Press Secretary, Sean Spicer, tweeted (and deleted) something very cryptic and nobody can work out what the hell it means.
After waking up this morning, for reasons unknown, he composed this bizarre eight-character tweet to share with his 1.36 million followers...
It makes absolutely no sense.
What were you trying to get through to us Spicer? Was it a cry for help? Did you accidentally tweet the nuclear codes?
Though the tweet was swiftly deleted, Twitter users screen-grabbed and have been further examining the mix of lowercase letters and numbers then the theories began to unfold...
sean spicer is casually tweeting nuclear codes
- kira (@briefclaim) January 26, 2017
Is @PressSec @seanspicer tweeting the nuke codes or his email password? #justWondering pic.twitter.com/zQaMY5lAU3
- Isaac McDaniel (@mcdaniel_isaac) January 26, 2017
Somebody use Sean Spicer's twitter password and see if he's really in cahoots with Dippin' Dots and the whole thing was for press
- Ch'ad (@chadlegear) January 26, 2017
White House @PressSec @seanspicer just posted - and deleted - this. I'm guessing it's his password. pic.twitter.com/0rnYYYmyEJ
- Evan O'Connell :snowflake: (@evanoconnell) January 26, 2017
*Sean Spicer wakes up, checks to-do list*
"Ah number 1, DM the nuclear launch codes to POTUS.... and done.....
OH NO! HOW DO I DELETE?!"
- Guy Tweet Haver (@thetweethaver) January 26, 2017
Is @seanspicer signalling for help? pic.twitter.com/ezTPmwuDMJ
- Hayley Morgan (@dyingischeaper) January 26, 2017
Could these be coded messages to help rescue him from hostage situation? pic.twitter.com/C3TOWnSGV2
- Ryan Lizza (@RyanLizza) January 26, 2017
A lot believed that in some strange accidental way, Spicer had tweeted his password.
What do you reckon?
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