President Donald Trump sets the agenda for Washington DC and the world on his Twitter account.
Twitter is slowly starting to increasingly embrace the RealDonaldTrump account and its platform where the president of the United States shares his thoughts and impulses.
For example, on Friday morning, Trump was tweeting about the “Fake Media,” among other topics.
“Maybe the best thing to do would be to cancel all future ‘press briefings’ and hand out written responses for the sake of accuracy???” Trump tweeted.
Twitter CFO and COO Anthony Noto, the second most powerful person at Twitter, went even further with a suggestion.
“May I suggest questions submitted and answered via Twitter. A perfect record and we distribute to the world not just those with a TV,” he tweeted.
Trump didn’t respond — but Twitter users did, with a huge helping of snark and dismay:
Noto made $US73 million in 2015.
Twitter CFO priorities:
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