"Americans can't even trust that you won't allow foreign spies to undermine this year's presidential election. You have already proved yourself capable of turning a blind eye to foreign interference, so long as the advertising checks clear," he wrote in the Washington Post.
Journalist Kara Swisher writes that Twitter executives hope the placement of truth against lies will serve to cleanse the stain. She's skeptical.
The new policy will come into effect on November 22 and will apply globally to all electioneering ads, as well as ads related to political issues.
According to the Daily Beast, Trump also repeatedly complains to associates that he should have more Twitter followers than Obama, because he is so much better at Twitter than he is.
Nothing is too petty, too stupid, and too small for WATB Trump to whine about, even to Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey.
"If only there'd been some sign," a sarcastic John Berman said.
It's not often that a right-wing antagonist and white nationalist like Laura Loomer is one-upped, but Rep. Long managed to do just that.