EPA tweets about Kim Kardashian, old congressman gets confused

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The fine folks at the Environmental Protection Agency’s Office of Water might want to keep closer tabs on who is logged into its Twitter account — and when.

That’s because this tweet (which since has been deleted) got shot out to its 52,000 followers Monday night.

Naturally, the creater of the app, had some fun with it.

But the original tweet caused a bit of confusion for Democratic Congressman John Dingell, from Michigan’s 12th District.

On Tuesday morning, Dingell received a little Kardashian education, but it didn’t help much.

h/t: USA Today

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