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BBC News Accidentally Featured a Hardcore Gay Porn Site During Its Donald Trump Coverage

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During its Donald Trump coverage, the BBC accidentally featured a hardcore gay porn site in their coverage, linking to a tweet on the site’s NSFW Twitter feed.

The BBC published an article about Trump’s response to his former campaign manager Paul Manafort preparing to surrender to the FBI over allegations of collusion with the Russian government. Reporting on the news item, the BBC recalled, “U.S. President Donald Trump has launched a Twitter tirade about the ‘guilt’ of Hillary Clinton and the opposition Democratic Party.”

The article then featured a response to Trump, adding, “Critics on Twitter were quick to accuse him of attempting to divert attention from the Russian investigation by complaining about the lack of focus on an opponent he defeated in the presidential election nearly a year ago.”

The response to Trump they featured was from TitanMen, a gay porn studio based in San Fransisco.

In between their political punches at the President, the TitanMen’s twitter feed is full of stills and GIFs from their films. Twitter has no rules on graphic content, so their feed features a lot of hot naked men engaging in hardcore sex.

Much to their delight, many people instantly noticed that the BBC had featured the gay porn studio in the article. One user wrote, “@BBCNews embedding tweets from a NSFW account. Kinda stopped reading the article and had a gander at @TitanMen instead.”

Another user said, “Gotta love the BBC’s latest Trump story… they’ve quoted a tweet from @TitanMen not sure they’re aware who they’ve quoted.”

After a few hours, the BBC realized they had made the gay porn gaffe and replaced the response from the hardcore gay porn site with a response from another user.

Former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort and former Trump campaign official Rick Gates surrendered Monday to Justice Department special counsel Robert Mueller.