Twitter shares tumble after it permanently bans US President Donald Trump's account


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Shares of Twitter are tumbling at the opening bell after it permanently kicked President Donald Trump off the social media platform. There was a broad market selloff Monday to start the week, yet the 11 per cent slide in shares of Twitter Inc. far outpaced those declines. Twitter on Friday shut down @realDonaldTrump, citing concern that Trump would use it for “further incitement of violence.”