Yes, President Trump's bathrobe does have a Twitter account

After Monday, White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer may want to think twice before mentioning President Donald Trump’s bathrobe (or lack thereof) again.

In an effort to discredit the New York Times article “Trump and Staff Rethink Tactics After Stumbles,” which Spicer called the “epitome of fake news,” the White House press secretary took issue with a line claiming the president wears a bathrobe around the White House at night.

“I don’t think the president owns a bathrobe,” Spicer told reporters on Monday. “He definitely doesn’t wear one.”

It didn’t take long for that sound bite to gain traction on the Internet, where the Daily Mail dug up vintage photos it had obtained of Trump in a bathrobe, and others tweeted their incredulity that Trump wouldn’t own a bathrobe. And, of course, there’s now a POTUS’ bathrobe parody Twitter account.

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@POTUSBathrobe tweets from the perspective of, well, Trump’s bathrobe. And it wants the world to know that it definitely does exist.

Though its actual existence remains unknown, stay tuned to Twitter for more updates from the bathrobe.