Indeed, the newswire's source, "who was briefed on the meeting that included Twitter's general counsel and public policy chief", claimed the prez "spent a significant time" questioning Dorsey about where 204,000 of his followers had disappeared in July 2018.
That's the head of a $30 billion company, summoned to the White House to comfort our curvy president that there is not a corporate conspiracy to decrease his social media stats.
Dorsey said much of the effort to deal with inappropriate content is based on machine learning and other technical tools, enabling Twitter to "proactively" remove tweets that violate its terms of service.
The president has accused social media companies like Twitter of silencing conservatives on their platforms, yet still it appears to remain his favorite way to communicate with the public.
Trump uses Twitter extensively to get his message out, particularly since the release of special counsel Robert Mueller's report, including more than 40 tweets and retweets in the last two days, and two criticizing Twitter itself.
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"Jack had a constructive meeting with the President of the United States today at the president's invitation", Twitter's statement said.
He was not invited to a December 2016 meeting with Mr Trump that featured other major tech companies, and Reuters reported in 2016 that Mr Trump had been angry with Twitter because it had rejected an advertising deal with his campaign.
The meeting, according to a Twitter spokesperson, was ostensibly about the upcoming presidential election and the country's opioid crisis.
There has been no evidence of any kind of discriminatory practices, but Trump has balked at lost followers after Twitter did a purge of suspicious accounts.
Twitter also sees more operating costs as it cleans up its platform to minimise abusive user behavior. He wrote on Twitter that the company does not "treat me well as a Republican". Constantly taking people off list. "Big complaints from many people", the president tweeted to his almost 60 million followers. "Very discriminatory", he said, and called for "more, and fairer, companies", in an apparent reference to USA lawmakers' interest in regulating tech companies.
"No wonder Congress wants to get involved - and they should", the president wrote.