The masthead of U.S. President Donald Trump's @realDonaldTrump Twitter account is seen on July 11, 2017. @realDonaldTrump/Handout/File Photo via REUTERS
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A Twitter employee on their last day with the company was responsible for taking down Donald Trump's account, the social network said Thursday, as the president resumed tweeting after the 11-minute outage."We are conducting a full internal review," it said on the official Twitter Government account.The outspoken president has 41.7 million followers on his personal Twitter account, which he uses to blast controversial and attention-grabbing comments.Trump's official White House account, @POTUS, which has 20.9 million followers, was apparently not affected by the outage.After the account was restored Trump did not tweet about the vanishing act, but made several posts on other topics.
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