The world experienced a first for 11 minutes on Thursday night.

US President Donald Trump was not on Twitter. The president’s account was temporarily kicked offline by a Twitter employee. At first, Twitter claimed it was an “inadvertent” human error. But a couple of hours later, the company followed up and said the incident was caused by a “customer support employee who did this on the employee’s last day of work.”

That statement suggests that the deactivation may not have been an accident.


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