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#JusticeForCarolyn trends on Twitter as pressure mounts on Jack Dorsey to rein in Trump

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Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey has been under public pressure to rein in President Donald Trump on the social networking platform.

Trump, who routinely violates the company’s terms of service, has not had his account shut down like the company routinely does when others violate the company’s rules.

Trump accusing MSNBC anchor Joe Scarborough of murder has highlighted the issue.

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On Tuesday, the popular “unverified” account @TheTweetOfGod tweeted out a tale of Trump murdering a woman to draw attention to the situation. The story appears to be invented, but spread quickly by fans of the account, which has over six million followers.

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The hashtag #JusticeForCarolyn spread online.

Here’s some of what people were saying:

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