White House APOLOGIZES – ‘Accident’ Could Be Fatal!

The White House scrambled to apologize Thursday after it accidentally revealed the faces of U.S. Special Forces troops meeting with President Biden during his trip to Israel this week.

The photo was posted on the official White House Instagram page before being yanked, but not before it was widely seen.

“In Israel, President Biden met with first responders to thank them for their bravery and the work they’re doing in response to the Hamas terrorist attacks,” the photo caption read.

Fox News reporter Bill Melugin shared a statement from the White House, saying that the administration admitted that they accidentally doxxed the Special Forces soldiers by posting the uncensored photo.

“As soon as this was brought to our attention, we immediately deleted the photo. We regret the error and any issues this may have caused,” the statement read.

Fox News contributor Sara Carter called the screw-up “unacceptable” and wants to know how it happened.

“Is the White House really this stupid or are they just trying to get people targeted? This is totally unacceptable…,” she tweeted,

“These operators are required to maintain a level of discretion that this administration has completely disregarded,” Carter added. “I would know, my husband is a retired operator. They are elite trained fighters and something as simple as facial ID recognition is putting them in direct threat by adversaries. How did this happen White House?”

Social media users were not too forgiving for the blunder… here’s a quick sampling of responses to the story from Twitter:

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