Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey reportedly referred to as Congresswoman Ilhan Omar (D-Minn.) on Tuesday, the equal day he met with President Trump at the White residence, to give an explanation for to her why Twitter didn’t take down a tweet from the president that she said ended in threats against her, the Washington put up reported.
Trump’s tweet, posted April 12, confirmed a clip of Omar at a CAIR event, pronouncing “a few human beings did some thing” approximately the Sept. 11 hijackers spliced with snap shots of the dual Towers burning. Omar’s sound bite become a quick clip from a speech she made about CAIR’s reaction to Islamophobia after the attacks.
Omar reportedly requested Dorsey throughout the call why the company didn’t right away remove the tweet. Dorsey said Trump hadn’t violated Twitter’s phrases, however, he did admit Twitter had to do a higher process in preserving harassing and hateful posts off the website online, consistent with the Washington put up.
Twitter showed the call in a announcement to the Washington submit. “throughout their verbal exchange, [Dorsey] emphasized that loss of life threats, incitement to violence, and hateful behavior aren’t allowed on Twitter,” it read in element. The assertion also stated the business enterprise has stayed in contact with Omar’s office.