Well it appears Mitt Romney has been undercover for some time especially after an account on Twitter had been detected as another alias for the former presidential candidate, the name, Pierre Delecto.

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Romney, I think that’s his name, used the Delecto account to like critical tweets about the president, while also occasionally defending himself against detractors. By early Monday, the unusual pseudonym was a trending moment on Twitter and had been mentioned in more than 47,000 tweets.

Ashley Feinberg from Slate.com had figured out the connection between the two after Romney admitted having another account to the Atlantic reporter McKay Coppins. According to Coppins, Romney shrugged off Trump’s insults and grabbed an iPad off his desk during the interview.

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“He explained that he uses a secret Twitter account — ‘What do they call me, a lurker?’ — to keep tabs on the political conversation,” Coppins wrote. Romney has since made the account private, I’m wondering what other tweets he sent out that he may not be wanting the people to see.

Feinberg is also the same woman who discovered the secret twitter account by former FBI director James Comey with the name, Reinhold Niebuhr. Besides Romney admitting to the account he never disclosed the name, but he gave her enough clues saying he followed 668 people including members of the media and athletes.

Points for the name Senator, but just be a man and go after whoever you want, Trump does it all the time.

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