The co-founder of Twitter apologized Saturday for a amicable media platform’s purpose in Donald Trump’s arise to a White House.
In an talk with a New York Times, Evan Williams pronounced that he recently schooled that President Trump pronounced he believes Twitter put him in a White house.
“It’s a really bad thing, Twitter’s purpose in that,” he said. “If it’s loyal that he wouldn’t be boss if it weren’t for Twitter, afterwards yeah, I’m sorry.”
The White House did not respond to a ask for a criticism on Williams’ statement, a Times reported.