The CEO of Twitter says President Donald Trump's non-stop tweets are important because they hold the commander in chief "accountable."
"I believe it's really important to hear directly from our leadership. And I believe it's really important to hold them accountable," Jack Dorsey tells Willie Geist in an interview to be aired on NBC's "Sunday Today."
While many believe Trump should end his Twitter habit, Dorsey says he favors "conversations out in the open rather than behind closed doors."
"So if we're all to suddenly take these platforms away, where does it go? What happens? It goes in the dark. And I just don't think that's good for anyone," Dorsey says.
Trump — who has more than 29.1 million followers on Twitter is constantly blasting out tweets on his thoughts about politics, often using the missives to attack his enemies.
In his latest tweet, which concerns the uproar over his firing of FBI director James Comey, Trump says:
Geist's full interview with Dorsey will air Sunday at 8 a.m./EST.
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