Mark Grabowski was quoted in the Philadelphia Daily News on the latest controversy involving President Donald Trump -- his administration's purging of webpages from government websites.
Trump came under fire after webpages created by the previous Obama Administration, such as the LGBT page, disappeared when Trump took office. Grabowski told the Daily News: “It makes sense that Trump’s people would delete all the policy-related content created by the Obama administration.”
In a separate statement, the professor and pundit explained: "The widespread media reports that the Trump Administration 'took down' or 'deleted' info from the official White House website ... didn't tell the whole story. All of the previous administration's content disappeared: pages on LGBT rights, net neutrality, Iraq policy, etc. Given that Trump's Administration doesn't share identical policies on every issue, it makes sense to first vet the Obama Administration's content before putting it on the White House website under the President Trump banner."