On Friday, President Donald Trump released a list of "former Republican national security and senior officials" backing President Donald Trump.
The list included former Trump aide Matt Schlapp, a number of former GOP lawmakers and the president's private defense lawyer, Rudy Giuliani.
Garrett Graff, the director of the Aspen Institute's Cybersecurity Program, was less than impressed with the list of signatories.
Here is the thread he posted on Twitter:
1) As a starting point, this is just a head-slapping, eyes-widening list of minor officials and forgotten hangers-o… https://t.co/aTui1DS6fu— Garrett M. Graff (@Garrett M. Graff) 1601601260.0
In the first column, you have a former RNC chair, someone was on an advisory committee for the Dept of Education, a… https://t.co/vaq81zyhca— Garrett M. Graff (@Garrett M. Graff) 1601601354.0
Same page: Allen West, another former congressman probably best known for his anti-Islam remarks, who retired from… https://t.co/ufvXX1MpbM— Garrett M. Graff (@Garrett M. Graff) 1601601392.0
2) The list is *riddled* with errors and screwed-up formatting—a consistent trait of the entire Trump administratio… https://t.co/LHKuY124m5— Garrett M. Graff (@Garrett M. Graff) 1601601456.0
.@JoeTrippi trippi literally crumpled up my work and threw things at me when I made mistakes on the campaign back i… https://t.co/fuVd6UomMM— Garrett M. Graff (@Garrett M. Graff) 1601601513.0
3) Lastly, is just who's *not* on this list. The biggest names here are Trump's own former staff—KT McFarland, Matt… https://t.co/3sbdYtGCBu— Garrett M. Graff (@Garrett M. Graff) 1601601612.0