"Please get your s-- together or we will all die".
It had been promoting a piece about the potential of a Bernie Sanders - Elizabeth Warren presidential ticket to challenge Donald Trump in 2020.
"The New Zealand Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade does not in any way endorse the content or tone of the tweets posted, and now deleted, and it is taking appropriate action". New Zealand censored diplomat Caroline Beresford's vulgar tweets on Wednesday that urged the U.S. Democratic Party to get their "shit together or we all die".
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Caroline Beresford, Wellington's second-ranked diplomat in the USA, tweeted, "get your shit together" while discussing a Democratic ticket of Sens.
New Zealand's foreign minister, Winston Peters, told the Newsroom that he was satisfied with the ministry's response.
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According to her LinkedIn profile, Beresford has worked in worldwide affairs for almost two decades and has served in her role at the embassy in Washington since 2014.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade says it's taking "appropriate action" after reports by website Newsroom that New Zealand's deputy head of mission to the United States, Caroline Beresford, had Tweeted about USA domestic elections. Her dog was the catalyst for the first phone call between President Donald Trump and then-Prime Minister Bill English. It led to Stryk and Beresford talking.
"People were getting [phone] numbers from [Australian golfer] Greg Norman or a Miss Universe contestant".
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