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Jack Dorsey’s Stand Against Trump Marks a Long-Debated Red Line

The Twitter CEO’s addition of mild disclaimers on certain presidential tweets stands in stark contrast to Facebook’s persistent laissez-faire approach.

Jack Dorsey eats around 6:30 p.m. each night, a meal typically consisting of meat or fish, greens, berries, chocolate, and a multivitamin, with red wine. For breakfast, he drinks 28 ounces of water. For lunch, he has more water. He’s been known to go entire weekends on water alone.

When it comes to human contact, Dorsey’s tastes also tend to the ascetic: He attends 10-day silent retreats where even reading and eye contact are forbidden. Before the pandemic forced everyone to stay home, he would often complete the five-mile commute from his house to the San Francisco headquarters of Twitter Inc. on foot, even in the rain, and usually wearing sandals.