(OPINION) ETH – Following the aftermath of Twitter banning President Donald Trump from their platform, the company shares have plummeted significantly prompting CNBC’s Jim Cramer to urge the platform to find a new attraction and find it “very, very quickly.”
According to the report, Shares from the company shares sank nearly 10 percent following the bell in the first trading session since the president lost access to his Twitter account on Friday night, Cramer is directly blaming the drops on the “endless wave” of content the company has sacrificed.
However, The stock has somewhat rebounded but is still down more than five percent for the day. “I think that there are a lot of people who literally knew that the president was the most important person, and you had to keep checking him, and then you had to check people who talked about him,” Cramer said.
“And you just had this endless wave, this web that the president created, and then it was like action and reaction, so I think that the surprise factor of going to Twitter, which was, of course, the president, is gone!” Even Cramer himself admitted that he’s checked his own Twitter feed less now that Trump has been banned from the platform,
noting that his attention has since moved to sports. “Twitter’s got to come up with a new thesis very, very quickly because I think they always, they never talked about the power of Trump in bringing in people,” he added. “I am telling you the real Donald Trump was a great sales person for Twitter.”