(FoxNews) When word broke that the U.S. ambassador to Panama quit, one MSNBC producer jumped to connect the dots to President Trump’s alleged profanity in a closed-door meeting.
The problem was, Mary Emily O’Hara got out over her skis and was forced to delete an erroneous tweet that blamed Trump’s comments for John Feeley resignation. The diplomat had given his notice well before Trump allegedly branded certain impoverished countries “s—holes.”
“BREAKING: NBC confirms with the State Department that the U.S. Ambassador to Panama, John Feeley, has resigned because he can no longer feels he can comfortably serve under @realDonaldTrump. Feeley is the first U.S. diplomat to resign over the president’s comments,” O’Hara initially wrote.