Ex Twitter Employee who deactivated Trump's account

Factbox Trump on Twitter  NYTimes

Factbox Trump on Twitter NYTimes

The man who deleted President Donald Trump's Twitter account for 11 minutes earlier this month has revealed himself, and says it was all a mistake. For 11 minutes, the president's account showed the message, "Sorry, that page doesn't exist". Duysak then initiated action to deactivate @realDonaldTrump, but claimed in the interview with TechCrunch that he never believed it would actually get disabled - calling the incident a "mistake". "But all of this, it's not my responsibility and I don't want to say something negative about Twitter because it's a great platform where all people are given the chance to share real time information". I didn't do anything on goal.

He added: 'I didn't hack anyone. "I felt a little bit nervous", Duysak told CNN.

Asked why he came forward, Mr Duysak said he was exhausted of living under siege, like drug baron Pablo Escobar. "I didn't do any crime or anything evil, but I feel like Pablo Escobar", Duysak said.

Since then journalists who suspected he was the employee responsible have been combing through his life trying to reach him, contacting everyone and anyone from his college friends to his family trying to speak to him, he said. I had to delete so many pictures and I just want to continue ordinary life'. I don't deserve to be nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize'.

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Twitter chief executive Jack Dorsey said procedures had been reviewed to prevent such lapses in the future.

He also told CNNMoney that, even if he deactivated Trump's account on objective, "it still shouldn't have taken place ... because of internal regulations at the company".

Twitter has declined to confirm Duysak as the culprit. But Twitter has said "we have taken a number of steps to keep an incident like this from happening again".

We were wrong, as it was unveiled that the "error" had in fact been caused by a contractor on his last day.

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"The greatest trick Donald Trump's twitter account ever pulled was making us all hope that it didn't exist" tweeted one. "But I think he needs to learn a little as a politician".

A short time later, the account page reappeared and seemed to be functioning as normal.

Trump's tweets are often inflammatory, singling out individuals he doesn't care for.

Hundreds of Twitter users posted witty comments and memes on the social network enjoying the brief respite from the President's feed.

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The President's account, which has nearly 42 million followers has proved to be a vital tool in the way Mr Trump communicates to the outside work, it being the main channel of communication he uses to disseminate statements and attack his critics.

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