On Wednesday, a Columbus-based HVAC company was mistakenly tagged in President Donald J. Trump's tweet about his aircraft.
The company, Air Force One, was founded in Dublin, Ohio in 1984. President Trump's Tweet went out at 11:56 am EST on Thursday, saying he said he was flying to Texas, and then tagged the HVAC company.
“We set some pretty aggressive goals for our social media impressions this year, and as of this afternoon, I can confidently say we have blown them away!, said Greg Guy, CEO of Air Force One, Inc. "As a family business we know our customers and our associates have a wide range of views – so we don’t participate in presidential political discussions – but if this was an invitation to provide a quote for heating and cooling services in the White House, or on Air Force One, we’re happy to put something together!”
Also mentioned in the President's Tweet was FOX News.
"It is AMAZING watching @FoxNews how differently they are from four years ago. Not even watchable. They totally forgot who got them where they are," Trump tweeted.
President Trump later deleted his Tweet. He then sent out a new Tweet, this one did not tag the Columbus-based company.