In an equally confusing tweet, Crowley then shows us a commemorative plaque of the wall and claims that is 'what remains of the Berlin Wall.'
These tweets come just a month after Donald Trump had launched his presidential campaign, with one of his key policies being that he would build a border wall between the US and Mexico to quell the amount of migrants who were entering America, a wall that is still yet to be fully constructed and can easily be scaled by a child.
We really shouldn't need to point out the obvious problem with Crowley's tweets other than the Berlin Wall is one of the most maligned monuments of the twentieth century and was eventually torn down by the people it was separating after standing for nearly 30 years.
The 30th anniversary of its demolition was on November 9 and Crowley's tweet resurfaced with many people expressing just how strange her comparison was.
Who wants to tell her? https://t.co/HXdg12zgCd
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I didn’t realize this was real...but it is.
A 2015 tweet from Monica Crowley who is now a senior official at the… https://t.co/ZCAgGU5Pn5