His last day at Twitter was mostly uneventful, he says. There were
many goodbyes, and he worked up until the last hour before his
computer access was to be shut off. Near the end of his shift, the
fateful alert came in.
This is where Trump’s behavior intersects with Duysak’s work life.
Someone reported Trump’s account on Duysak’s last day; as a final,
throwaway gesture, he put the wheels in motion to deactivate it.
Then he closed his computer and left the building.
Several hours later, the panic began. Duysak tells us that it
started when he was approached by a woman whom he didn’t know very
well. According to Duysak, the woman said that she had been
contacted by someone asking about Duysak in connection with
Trump’s Twitter account. After a moment of disbelief, he said he
then looked at the news and realized what had happened.
There are an awful lot of people who would like to buy this guy a beer.