Publicado: Lun, Noviembre 06, 2017
Global | By Iago Denis

Donald Trump calls out 'rogue' employee who shut down his Twitter account

Donald Trump calls out 'rogue' employee who shut down his Twitter account

A prominent attorney for cybersecurity issues has this advice to the unnamed Twitter worker said to have pulled the plug on President Trump's Twitter account: "Don't say anything and get a lawyer".

Yesterday, for several shining, glorious minutes, we got to feel what it would be like to live in the brightest timeline, and it was everything we hoped it would be.

This is not a drill. And the White House remained silent. The trio testified at three Congressional hearings about their platforms being used by Russia to create divisiveness in the U.S. around the 2016 elections.

There had been internal talks about introducing special requirements when removing high-profile accounts, but nothing was ever implemented.

"Meanwhile, Twitter has recently updated their statement that they are investigating and taking a step to prevent this from happening again. they also cleared that they are continuing to investigate and are taking steps to prevent this from happening again".

He tweeted: 'Everybody is asking why the Justice Department (and FBI) isn't looking into all of the dishonesty going on with Crooked Hillary & the Dems. Within minutes, the account was once again available.

Be it only for 11 minutes, but Twitterati admits to having the best time of their lives.

Kirill Shamalov, the son of a close friend of Putin's who married Putin's younger daughter in 2013.

And the US president is back to using his favourite medium of Twitter.

Ross, a billionaire investor, divested many of his holdings before joining the administration, but kept his stake in Navigator.

"Rockas, Ross's press secretary, tried to distance Ross from the Sibur deal with a series of statements that were contradicted by other sources".

The @realDonaldTrump account was deactivated by a Twitter customer service employee who was leaving the company Thursday. That's nearly a third of his followers.

"You will probably see this as a law school exam question this year", said Ekeland.

He said he had been told by Twitter that he had violated its rules. Had Twitter banned the president?

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