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Twitter Co-Founder Says He's Sorry For Social Network's Role In Helping Trump Become President

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News video: Twitter Co-Founder Says He's Sorry For Social Network's Role In Helping Trump Become PresidentEvan Williams, in an interview with the New York Times, said he's 'sorry' if Twitter played a role in helping President Trump get elected.

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