Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey believes it's "important" that President Donald Trump continues to tweet.
Why? Because hearing from Trump publicly will help hold him accountable, Dorsey says.
"I believe it's really important to have these conversations out in the open, rather than have them behind closed doors," he told Willie Geist in a snippet from a longer interview that will air on Sunday TODAY.
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Not everyone agrees with Dorsey, of course, which is why Geist asked how he responds to critics who say Twitter is simply giving Trump a platform to bully fellow politicians or to bash the media. Some have argued that Trump's tweets violate Twitter's harassment policies.
Dorsey disagrees. He believes that, without Twitter, the kinds of "conversations" that Trump's tweets inspire would simply disappear from the public eye.