Twitter hires Hill staffer to help pols

Twitter is on its way to becoming a forum for political banter.

The social media tool has been known for information updates by celebrities, news organizations and sports teams. Now, Twitter will be hitting the District with its latest hire, Adam Sharp.

Sharp, who was the deputy chief of staff for Sen. Mary Landrieu (D-La.), will now advise politicians on Capital Hill on how to use maximize their usage of Twitter.

So expect to see some campaigning via ‘tweets’ in the near future.

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