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Move over Sean Spicer, this new Twitter bot might be coming for your job


As we all know, President Donald Trump is not one to hold back, especially when it comes to Twitter. Throughout his presidential term, media outlets have questioned if Trump's tweets should be taken as official White House statements or just regular rants when he needs to get something off his chest.  

Either way, Sean Spicer might be out of a job soon since this new Twitter bot, @RealPressSecBot, is treating Trump's tweets like we all should: official statements from the White House

The new account -- which the bio says was inspired by a former Obama White House alum, Pat Cunnane, and created by tech wiz Russel Neiss -- has only been running since Sunday and already has close to 70,000 followers. 

Here's Pat's reasoning for starting the account: 

The bot searches for tweets every 5 minutes and turns them into statement format.

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