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Former Clinton, Obama Staffers Spread Anti-Trump #MuteMonday

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By    |   Monday, 23 Jan 2017 03:50 PM

Supporters and former staffers of Hillary Clinton held a campaign Monday that aimed to have people unfollow President Donald Trump's social media accounts.

According to The Daily Caller, the hashtag #MuteMonday spread around Twitter on Trump's first official day of work in the Oval Office. Trump defeated Clinton in the November presidential election.

One former staffer of both Clinton and former President Barack Obama said she would find people "doing good work" and follow them.

 

 

Jennifer Palmieri, a former Obama White House communications director and the communications director for Clinton's failed presidential campaign, had this to say:

 

 

Palmieri also retweeted several messages from others related to the #MuteMonday hashtag.

Several other people joined in the fray and tweeted about it:

 

 

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