“I'm not happy that we had to block Donald Trump on Twitter, and I'm not proud of that ... Was that right?

I think it was the right decision for Twitter, ”he wrote.

At the same time, he noted that "the need to take such measures fragments public discussion."

“They divide us.

They limit the ability to explain, correct, and learn.

And they create a precedent that seems dangerous to me: the power of an individual or a corporation over a segment of global public discussion, ”Dorsey said.

Previously, Twitter permanently closed access to Trump's account due to "the risk of further incitement to violence."

Also, the social network suspended the account of Trump's campaign headquarters.

As the US president himself noted, he "predicted that this would happen," and Twitter "goes further and further in prohibiting freedom of speech."