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President Donald Trump met with Twitter chief executive Jack Dorsey on Tuesday, hours after Trump erroneously accused the social media company of “discriminatory” behavior toward conservative users.

The meeting included a discussion about the size of Trump’s Twitter following, a person with knowledge of the conversation told CNN Business. That news was first reported by The Washington Post.

Earlier in the day, Trump had tweeted a complaint that Twitter is “very discriminatory” and does not “treat me well as a Republican.” The President said it was “hard for people to sign on” and accused the company of “constantly taking people off list.”

After the meeting, Trump tweeted a photo and wrote, “Lots of subjects discussed regarding their platform, and the world of social media in gen