President Donald J Trump’s tweet on 23rd September indicates a threat to North Korea. Lots of questions, negative feedbacks, and very few appreciation gathered around Donald Trump’s tweet. The Foreign minister of North Korea Ri Yong Ho said that Trump, as America’s current leader, had issued a “clear declaration of war.”
Just heard Foreign Minister of North Korea speak at U.N. If he echoes thoughts of Little Rocket Man, they won't be around much longer!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) September 24, 2017
6 Reasons Why!
Twitter PublicPolicy published 6 tweets with tagged numbers to clarify the reasons behind keeping Trump’s tweet untouched.
THREAD: Some of you have been asking why we haven't taken down the Tweet mentioned here: https://t.co/CecwG0qHmq 1/6
— Twitter PublicPolicy (@Policy) September 25, 2017
“Among the considerations is “newsworthiness” and whether a Tweet is of public interest 3/6″
Although it isn’t clear who are those referred Public. The possibility here twitter didn’t check the public comments below their own tweet comprised of hatred and shame toward Twitter itself. But newsworthiness term seems pretty clear doesn’t it?
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— Cov-Tcalaquilac-fefe (@tcalaquilac) September 25, 2017
Twitter is not only a social networking site but an online news portal too. Keeping a statement of the American president on his own will doesn’t look like a headache. Besides, they didn’t need to go through the interview.