The Way We Cover Bad Tweets Now
In the New York Times Styles section, obviously.
Amid the criticism, Mr. Leavitt has continued to tweet.
Before the end of the night, he deleted the initial tweet. But this brought on a new wave of derision, with many people…www.nytimes.com
Nevertheless, he persisted!!!
I truly didn’t think I would learn anything by reading this article about the man who did the bad tweet, but I did! He’s a paid spokesbrander/brandfluencer, or as Katherine Rosman puts it, “a cog in the wheel of the gig economy.” Shivers.