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#TwitterDown: Trump, Hackers not involved – Twitter Support

Twitter suffered a glitch that put so many of its users in the US and Great Britain into frenzy, the incident that happens yesterday evening caused the homepage of the leading interacting app to go blank for about four hours before it was restored.

In the first of a series of tweets by the twitter support handle, they claimed the down was due to trouble with internal system and that there are no evidence of security breach of hack.

This seems to become necessary as the tech giant has been in a running battle with some people loyal to President Trump over the admin’s decision to pull-down a cache of emails and other selected data purportedly from a laptop owned by Hunter Biden son of the leading opposition Democratic Party presidential candidate, Joe Biden which were published earlier by the New York Post.

Twitter had blocked links or images of the material which they said is in line with the organisation’s hacked materials policy. The fact that the app suffered the down time just when they were having such battle cause many to be looking the President Trump side with suspicious glance.

Others were also of the opinion that the glitch may not be unconnected to the announced app update barely a day before the down time.

Many twitter users had expressed their frustration about the glitch with a trending #TwitterDown which is currently topping the trending stories on the app, though the glitch has been announced solved people are still talking about the downtime while hackers and President Trump has been absolved of any wrong doing.

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