Adam Sharp is an entrepreneur, consultant and speaker in Stamford, Connecticut. He was head of government and elections for Twitter from 2010 to 2016.
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Here's why it would be wrong for Twitter to suspend Donald Trump's account
Certainly, were the typical user to make a threat of violence against another individual, it would violate not just the Twitter rules, but likely also the law. But the president is not a typical user. When articulated by the commander in chief, the statements are a direct expression of U.S. foreign policy.