Donald Trump tweets about London Mayor Sadiq Khan

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London Mayor, Mr. Sadiq Khan, is one of the most prominent Muslim politicians in Europe, and since the group of terrorists killed seven people on London bridge Saturday night, Trump has kept at his hobby of tweeting about the Mayor and the incident.

According to Trump’s tweet, he mentioned At least 7 dead and 48 wounded in terrorist and Mayor of London says there is ‘no reason to be alarmed!’ While on a completely different note, the London Mayor had asked the residents to ‘not be alarmed by an increased police presence in the coming days.’

Such tweets by President Trump comes when London is still struggling to get back on it’s feet after the violent, and horrific terrorist attack on Saturday. Mr. Sadiq Khan also tried to explain that the belief of a few Muslim individuals who plot such devious attacks, is not the same as that of the 1.6 billion Muslims residing in the world or the teachings of Islam.

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Mr. Trump acts like a middle school bully, who thrives on speaking about others when he doesn’t get his way (The travel ban that is). Or someone might compare him to an old housewife, who due to a lack of entertainment in his life has taken upon himself to criticize every little information on a certain topic.

Subscription based option for Twitter?

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Twitter, having a base of 319 million users worldwide (according to the stats last month) is considering whether to build a premium version of its popular Tweetdeck interface. This version will be aimed particularly for professionals, marketers, journalists and others who want to find out what is happening in the world more quickly. This is more or less like Microsoft’s LinkedIn, that provides you greater access and data with subscription versions.

Twitter, which went public four years ago, reported the slowest growth revenue in the fourth quarter of 2016 as revenue from advertising has fell year-over-year, even though the web platform is quite popular with celebrities and the US President DOnald Trump.

Twitter is currently conducting a survey “to assess the interest in a new, more enhanced version of Tweetdeck”.

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