The Twittersphere was stunned after it became known that US President Donald Trump had left the microblogging site.
Probably Twitter's most famous user, Mr. Trump, has entertained his regular tweets and amazed late at night. He has often used the platform to bring the world up to date on policy plans and personnel changes.
For unknown reasons, however, he announced last night that he would no longer communicate in 280 characters or less.
cryptic message, he told his nearly 50 million followers: "Twitter was once fun – GREAT fun, but I'm tired of the TROLLS (many of which are douchebags) .I have a great job to do to America God bless Twitter and the almighty US Peace OUT! "
At first, some social media observers believed that Mr. Trump's report had been hacked ̵
Seventeen minutes after the first message, however, came a second one:
"SORRY? Sure, sadder than Sad. Blueer than a blue tick. Still, that's it folks. God bless you all."
There were No further news from the President's report, and sources close to the White House indicated that the President was indeed not going to return to social media, though a well-placed colleague who had suggested Trump had become increasingly concerned with the possibilities of Instagram interested.
"There is no doubt that the President is a busy man," said the source. "He's a bit disillusioned with Twitter, but that does not mean he stops other channels of direct communication with the American people."
Others speculated that the decision was an unanticipated consequence of the nomination of presidential physician Admiral Ronny Jackson, as the new Secretary for Veterans Affairs
"It is known that the President has microfinger," said a White House official Condition of anonymity.
"Dr. Jackson's daily hand massages made sure the President's pinks were supple enough to reach the very edges of the keyboard on Trump's cell phone, and now Ronny has taken on a new role, there's no one with the ability, those tiny ones Keeping fingers moving. "
Many supporters of the president were left in shock by Mr. Trump's departure.
"I can not believe it," said John from Pittsburgh, "his tweets were the only reason I voted for him."
Others were more optimistic Judy, who said she was in her apartment in Miami Waking up when she knew of a "sudden surge of something great," suggested that the timing was not accidental.
"Just over 2000 years ago, Jesus Christ rose from the dead. Trump does not leave Twitter, he comes for his people – the way we always prayed.
World leaders, many of whom were unaware of developments during the long Easter weekend, were largely reluctant 19659002] President Vladimir Putin tweeted compassion from his personal @ vladthebad report and said, "To say so be a Russian Kompromat conspiracy is absurd. "
@kimjongunrocket was more open-hearted:
" HahahahahhahhahahhabHhahahahahahahhahah. S *** from you stupid dotard !!!!! Hahahahhahahah. Where is my barber?
The prevailing mood in America, among those still awake, was one of shock and surprise.
Mr. T, the actor, famous for his role as Sergeant BA Baracus on the cult television show The A-Team summed up the general sense of disappointment as he tweeted:
"I have pity on the fool giving up on Twitter. I know it.
It remains to be seen if the president will change his mind when he wakes up.
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