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If at any time on Thursday you searched for Donald Trump’s Twitter account, you may have seen the message “Sorry, that page does not exist!”.
The page of the president of the United States in this social network disappeared briefly.
The company explained that the @realdonaldtrump account had been “deactivated” by a worker and then added that it was their last day in the company.
The page was inactive for 11 minutes, until it was restored, the social network said.
Until hours after the news was known, Trump, who is an active Twitter user with 41.7 million followers, had not talked about it.
After the account was reset, Trump’s first tweet was about the Republican Party tax cuts plan.
@POTUS, the official account of the US president, was not affected by the “human error” , which was how Twitter called what the former employee did.
The social network said it was investigating the event and taking measures so that it does not happen again.
“Thanks to our investigation, we learned that this was done by a customer service employee on his last day of work,” said a tweet.
Trump joined Twitter in March 2009.
During the presidential campaign in 2016 and since he took office in January, he has been actively using the platform to promote his policies and attack his opponents.