So, at least for now, Trump's account won't be suspended. Adrienne LaFrance writes for the Atlantic that Trump is testing the social media site's harassment policy, laying out the entire policy (which also includes clauses against "violent threats" and "hateful conduct"). "What’s a company like Twitter to do when one of its users—who is also the president of the United States, by the way—incessantly publishes attacks against individuals?" she writes. "Nothing, apparently. At least nothing yet. The thornier question is: What should it do? Only rarely would any news organization turn down the opportunity to exclusively print or broadcast a message from the president." Trump himself responded over the weekend to critics complaining his tweets aren't presidential: "My use of social media is not Presidential - it’s MODERN DAY PRESIDENTIAL. Make America Great Again!"