Twitter made the statement after a swell of outrage over Trump's tweets this week, in which he boasted that he had a "nuclear button" that was "much bigger" and "more powerful" than North Korea's, denounced his former strategist Stephen K. Bannon and derided the mainstream media.
But Twitter reiterated its stance, saying: "Elected world leaders play a critical role in that conversation due to their outsized impact on our society".
Protesters went after Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey on Tuesday night using a projected message on the side of Twitter's main headquarters in San Francisco.
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The company's response comes after President Trump posted a tweet about North Korea, which led to calls for him to be banished from the site.
It was a response to Kim's New Year's speech in which the young leader warned the United States that he has a nuclear button on his desk at all times. "It would also not silence that leader, but it would certainly hamper necessary discussion around their words and actions", the company said in a blog post Friday.
"It explained that "@jack breaks the rules of his own company, Twitter, to amplify a madman and endanger the world".
Some even argue that Trump's Twitter threats are an exercise in nuclear deterrence and can be categorized more as bizarrely articulated military policy than the kind of tweet that might violate Twitter's rules banning "specific threats of violence".
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We review Tweets by leaders within the political context that defines them, and enforce our rules accordingly.
"No one person's account drives Twitter's growth, or influences these decisions", Twitter said.
"It's a running joke [in the West Wing] that nuclear war could start from the private residence during Fox [News] primetime", one senior Trump aide told The Daily Beast.
The comments prompted complaints that Twitter was providing Mr Trump with a "bully pulpit" and the president contravened its terms and conditions that addressed violence and threats.
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