Blog Log runs daily in Express and attempts to capture a fraction of noteworthy commentary and interesting topics trending on the web.

Former Mexican president holds no punches with Trump on social media.

@Hols_502 on former Mexican President Vicente Fox’s Twitter attacks on President Trump over his proposed border wall. After White House press secretary Sean Spicer said Wednesday that Mexico would pay for the wall, Fox tweeted, “I’ll tell you: Mexico is not going to pay for that f—ing wall.” His tweet sparked the hashtag #F—ingWall, which was taken up by angry Americans.

Not sure what it was, but Sean Spicer tweeted something on accident.

@annalecta after White House press secretary Sean Spicer sent out the cryptic tweet “n9y25ah7” at 8:42 a.m. Thursday. It was deleted soon afterwards, but the screen grabs that circulated led to speculation that Spicer’s tweet was his Twitter password or even the nuclear codes.

Some pro-life marchers are skeptical of media coverage of March for Life.

@FFL_of_America tweets ahead of the March for Life, which takes place on the National Mall today. Marchers shared concerns on social media that the march would not receive the same coverage in the media as the Women’s March.

Trump does his first interview with ABC, David Muir.

Pres. Trump “won’t allow” anyone to demean people in Inauguration crowd: “We had the biggest audience in the history of inaugural speeches.” pic.twitter.com/awkXcSTVgz
— World News Tonight (@ABCWorldNews) January 26, 2017

@MindyJoAnn reacts to David Muir’s interview with President Trump, which aired on ABC on Wednesday night. Trump continued to press debunked claims of widespread voter fraud and said he would have won the popular vote if he had campaigned for it. Americans’ reactions on social media paralleled their opinions of Trump: Some felt that Muir didn’t push the president enough, while others felt Muir was rude.

Twitter changes some functionality, still does not add an edit feature.

@nxtom is one of many Twitter users who aren’t happy about the platform’s latest update. Twitter announced Thursday that it is changing the “Moments” tab to “Explore,” which will feature a list of Twitter trends, showcase live video and remain the home of the old “Moments” feature.