Mitt Romney, the former Massachusetts governor who ran for president last year, tweeted a photo with a couple and their baby, saying he was “photobombed by Alexander Hamilton’s feet.”
It is unclear where the photo was taken, as there are several statues of Alexander Hamilton, a Founding Father of the United States.
“A statue’s feet don’t move, governor. A photobomb involvs (sic) someone jumping into the frame, not a cropping choice,” wrote one user.
Romney recently made statements about the looming government shutdown.
“We’re more effective tactically not to use a shutdown of some kind to pursue the … anti-Obamacare objective. I don’t think that will be as effective,” Romney told CNN on Friday.
“I think there’s a better way of getting rid of Obamacare — my own view — and that is, one, delaying it by at least a year. That was Senator Manchin’s idea, the Democrats’ idea,” Romney continued.
— Mitt Romney (@MittRomney) September 27, 2013