President Trump Meets Twitter CEO in Oval Office

President Trump had a groundbreaking meeting today in the Oval Office with Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey.

As many of you know Twitter has been censoring conservatives at an insane clip. The President and his staff, along with fellow Republicans in the Congress and Senate have been very outspoken about the censorship.

Congressman Devin Nunes is suing Twitter for $250 Million, and fellow Congressional members Matt Gaetz, Jim Jordan, and Mark Meadows have hammered Twitter in the last year for their attacks on conservative voices.

Twitter conservative influencers Laura Loomer, Liz Crokin, and Milo Yiannopoulos were all indefinitely suspended for speaking their minds on the platform.

President Trump today is hoping to change the narrative at which Twitter goes after the right.

“Great meeting this afternoon at the White House with Jack Dorsey from Twitter,” the President tweeted. “Lots of subjects discussed regarding their platform and the world of social media in general. Look forward to keeping an open dialogue!”

If anyone can sway Dorsey to stop censoring conservatives its the great negotiator President Trump. It’s going to be interesting to see how this story develops as we head into the 2020 Presidential elections.

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Jason Edwards
Jason Edwards
3 years ago

Jack Dorsey is still a low life parasite and hates President Trump more than Pelosi, Schiff, Waters, Schumer, Omar and Tlaib! Dorsey is a liar and has NO intention of stopping the censure of us that lean to the right! I just got a six day suspension from Twitter. Why? Because as a Jew and an American, I can’t stand to see the Hamas Caucus in the House dictating to the rest of the Representatives how OUR House should be run. The both broke their oath of office the second they took it. They need to be thrown out of… Read more »

Greg Burton
3 years ago

Gosh, maybe Jack Dorsey, CEO Square And Twitter President Donald J. Trump could now agree that my Twitter suspension should be lifted?