Twitter apologizes for ‘auto-follow’ president Trump
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey has apologised for a technical error that has ensured that people send unsolicited the official Twitter account of the Us president, Donald Trump followed.
Approximately 560.000 Twitter users are accidental follower of the Trump account has become, writes Dorsey Saturday night on Twitter. “It was a mistake, it was not the intention, we manage it and we apologize.”
Donald Trump has after his inauguration gained access to the Twitter account @POTUS by Barack Obama in the life was called. The tweets from Obama are archived in the account @POTUS44.
It was, according to Dorsey intended that all of the people that to 12 pm Saturday @POTUS followed, automatically @POTUS44 would follow.
Some of the people that @POTUS44 after noon are to follow, were also inadvertently become a follower of Trumps account. Some Twitter users that the presidential account had ontvolgd, were suddenly also become a follower.
Dorsey has let know that the problems have now been resolved. The @POTUS account has since sat night with 14.2 million followers. Trump has for his personal account more than 21 million followers.