Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey meet with Trump at the White House yesterday where they supposedly discussed civil discourse.
That's something of a joke in itself given who Dorsey was talking to, but Trump regime sources say Trump actually spent most of the their time together complaining about losing followers.
Dorsey was reportedly forced to explain to our child president that the followers he has lost were fake.
The source, who was briefed on the meeting that included Twitter’s general counsel and public policy chief, said Dorsey explained in response to Trump’s concerns about losing followers that the company was working to remove fraudulent and spam accounts and that many famous people, including Dorsey himself, had lost followers as a result.
Earlier on Tuesday, Trump suggested Twitter was biased against him, without providing evidence. He wrote on Twitter that the company does not “treat me well as a Republican. Very discriminatory.”
I would argue that Twitter actually treats Trump much better than he should be treated because of the office he occupies.
Others with high follower counts who direct hate and violence toward individuals, just as Trump has done, can find themselves banned from the service.
The Daily Beast separately reports that Trump's real beef is the fact that President Obama has more followers than he does.
Two people close to Trump previously told The Daily Beast that Trump has repeatedly griped to associates about how his predecessor, President Obama, has had more Twitter followers than he has, even though—by Trump’s own assessment—he is so much better at Twitter than Obama is.
"I am so much better at Twitter" -- the American president in 2019