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Technology Mitt Romney has a ridiculous Twitter alias: Pierre Delecto

19:56  21 october  2019
19:56  21 october  2019 Source:   engadget.com

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Mitt Romney is Pierre Delecto . Pierre Delecto is Mitt Romney . The ultra-wealthy Mormon senator, recently rumored to be testing the waters for yet another presidential run, admitted he was behind the nom de tweet on Sunday after telling an Atlantic reporter he had a secret account – “What do they

Mitt Romney has admitted to keeping a secret Twitter account which he uses under the alias of " Pierre Delecto " to lurk on political discussions and The account also reportedly favorited tweets praising Romney , as well as one message from 2016 aimed at Hillary Clinton that says, “Hopefully

In an interview with The Atlantic, Sen. Mitt Romney (R-Utah) admitted to being a "lurker" on Twitter. He wouldn't share his Twitter handle, but it didn't take long for the internet to figure out Romney's alias, Pierre Delecto (@qaws9876).

Mitt Romney standing in front of a laptop

Romney told The Atlantic that he used the account "to keep tabs on the political conversation." Pierre Delecto follows the kinds of accounts you'd imagine -- conservative analysts and lobbyists, moguls, reporters and a few fake and fan-run Romney accounts. Romney also follows his kids and grandkids (which is how Slate sleuthed out his Twitter identity), comedians like Conan O'Brien, Jimmy Kimmel and Jimmy Fallon, and NFL players Tom Brady and Brett Favre.

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Mitt Romney , the senator from Utah, former Republican presidential candidate and former Massachusetts governor, is also, apparently, the man behind a Twitter account that uses the moniker “ Pierre Delecto .”.

Mitt Romney admitted in an interview with The Atlantic that he has a secret Twitter account, and the Republican senator from Utah apparently gave Pierre Delecto ’s very first follow on the social media site was Romney ’s oldest son, Tagg, followed by Glen Johnson, the political editor for Boston.com

Notably, Romney does not follow President Trump because, like one of Romney's oversharing nieces, Trump posts "so much."

a screenshot of a cell phone: Slate© Provided by Oath Inc. Slate

The account didn't reveal anything too interesting, and the Tweets are now hidden, but all we really need to know, we got from the name. It makes you wonder if Pierre Delecto is Romney's alter ego IRL, or if it was just the best he could come up with in 2011 when the account was created.

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