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WaPo reporter deletes ‘grossly inappropriate’ tweet about Biden visit to cemetery where his family is buried

Washington Post executive reporter Annie Linsky deleted a companies on Sunday about President joe-biden” target=”_blank”>Biden< where his daughter, son and former wife are buried. 

“Biden goes to church and walks through a graveyard in Wilmington as his legislative agenda is dying in Washington,” Linksky tweeted. After a flurry of criticism and outrage, Linsky deleted the tweet. 

She said, “I deleted an earlier tweet, which was not intended to cause offense.” 

Tech journalist, Ed Bott, responded by asking Linsky if she is “incapable of actually apologizing.”

The Washington Posta> reporter later tweeted an addendum. She said, “It was a badly conceived and insensitive tweet. I’m sorry.”<, this weekend, where he religion” target=”_blank”>attended< church adjacent to the cemetery.

When Biden was elected to the senate” target=”_blank”>Senate< killed his wife, Neilia Hunter, and infant daughter. They were pronounced dead on arrival at Wilmington General Hospital. His sons were injured in the crash; hunter-biden” target=”_blank”>Hunter <. All three are buried in the cemetery, which Biden regularly visits

Many criticized Linskey for what one called a “disrespectful tweet.”

Jon Cooper, a Biden supporter and former campaign chair for barack-obama” target=”_blank”>Barack Obama< High School crime, said, “I am someone who visits a cemetery to see my murdered daughter. I AM OFFENDED & PISSED. What part of you thought this was ok?”

Margaret Larson, a former NBC journalist, said that a “correction” was in order. 

“You were too busy carrying water for the progressive agenda instead of actually thinking about the content of your tweet,” attorney Elliott Hamilton said.

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