Twitter users finding hope in ‘badass’ national parks

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In the first few days of the Donald Trump presidency, National Park Service Twitter accounts have emerged as small but shining spots of hope for the anti-Trump crowd. 

Multiple parks accounts have deleted tweets since Trump became president, after having sent tweets into the world that were seemingly against the administration’s wishes. 

The main park service account retweeted crowd comparisons between former President Barack Obama’s 2009 inauguration crowd and the much smaller audience for Trump’s inauguration, before deleting the tweets, being temporarily banned from tweeting, and then apologizing.  Read more…

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