Susan Rice tweets out wrong account name for pro-Ukrainian Twitter feed!/AnthonyBialy/status/446106947503534080

White House National Security Advisor Susan Rice has apparently just begun a new political party called “the Progessive Party” based on her advocacy of “progess” in her failed attempt to publicize an account to push pro-Ukrainian information:!/AmbassadorRice/status/446103379752677376

Except oops! That account doesn’t exist. She probably meant “@UKRprogress.”

Rice’s typo inspired a parody account under the misspelled handle:!/ukrprogess/status/446110670728089600!/ukrprogess/status/446113383545180160!/ukrprogess/status/446114585829834752!/ukrprogess/status/446117489789771776!/ukrprogess/status/446121415238897664!/ukrprogess/status/446176996058746880!/ukrprogess/status/446178632986161152

More than 60 people retweeted Rice’s tweet, including Michael Anthony McFaul,  the former U.S. Ambassador to Russia:

michael mcfaul tweet

McFaul stepped down less than two months ago. According to the Associated Press, he is “considered the architect of President Barack Obama’s effort to reset relations with Russia.” But don’t blame him for the Ukraine-Russia debacle. It’s all Bush’s fault — or YouTube’s.!/redsteeze/status/446106306295107584


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