State Department says it will consider reviewing content after Mar-a-Lago mess


The State Department might start thinking a bit more about the #content it shows to the world. 

Deputy Spokesman Mark Toner said Tuesday that the department will consider reviewing in-house content after a recent article produced by a government content factory raised some ethics questions.

Produced by Share America, the State Department’s in-house content churner, the article explained the history of Trump Organization-owned Mar-a-Lago, and was posted to the website of the United State’s embassy in the United Kingdom as well as the Facebook page of the U.S. embassy in Albania. Read more…

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