Stanislaus County Superior Court said Friday that an employee, not a hacker, as the court originally announced, tweeted from the court’s official account promoting the reelection of President Donald Trump and chastising protesters removing confederate statues in Virginia.

The court announced Thursday that it will launch a full investigation into the incident and will take “appropriate action consistent with its personnel rules and applicable law.”

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