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Trevor says he wants to use his Twitter account to write a column in the next issue of the Times that would be featured on the Daily Mail`s main site in the US, where he`s based.
And he`s talking about how a piece of text could be published without the word "jerk" being there to say it.
"It would be much harder for the Times editors to find some kind of jousting text but that would be a great way to say to your fans: I don`t want you to have a big joust with me," he said.
Trevor told the Daily Mail that the way they get their articles published is through email and Twitter; if there is no one there to comment on a piece, the Times sends a message "to tell people to not send anything."
As a British, he says his social media accounts are used for that purpose, and he says he has nothing against Twitter but he thinks it might not work there anymore.
Trevor says many people don`t feel comfortable tweeting about their online behaviour unless it involves an article, but he doesn`t believe many people actually read that article. Even if some people do, Trevor says it`s unlikely it would lead to some kind of controversy.
"I don`t think it`s relevant at all," he says. "I do say: `It`s totally ridiculous, right? We have not had the likes of that before,` " he says.
Asked who tweeted to try and troll his Twitter, Trevor shakira el masri (https://bellydancingproud.wordpress.com) says Twitter doesn`t use that information for a very good reason; it`s not about to say he`s a troll.
"I think they have all the tools at their disposal right now, so there`s no way someone might be talking about this," he says.
Trevor is a member of the Guardian`s "news team," where he`s a former tech editor and managing editor who worked for the BBC as an editor-in-chief.
He says most of his work has actually been online, where a regular newspaper is always publishing.
But even he thinks Twitter isn`t using his Twitter account as much.
When asked if Twitter was having any impact on his opinion on Brexit, he says "no."
But then he continues: "A lot of people talk about how the internet is a public place where people do have the power to express themselves online. I think some of us thought we
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