Twitter has said that, "in response to thousands of requests worldwide", it has disabled the account of President Donald Trump, and will not be reinstating it.
The unexpected move follows a user backlash, a day after the social network announced plans for a huge cull of 'inactive' accounts.
Many of these inactive accounts belong to people who have either died, or who, like President Trump, are braindead.
Twitter had also begun contacting users who hadn't logged-on to the network in the past six months, but the case of President Trump is different, say a spokesman. He said:
"Some people haven't logged-on for more than six months, but President Trump hasn't logged-off for more than six months."
President Trump reacted angrily to the news, but was unable to do so on the Twitter platform. Instead, he opened a window at the White House and bawled at the top of his not inconsiderable voice that it was a Twithunt.
It was the first time that a US president had had his Twitter account disabled, but there's a first time for everything.