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Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey joins TODAY to talk with Carson Daly and Matt Lauer in the Orange Room about how the platform was developed, some of the most interesting moments in the history of Twitter, that he thinks Donald Trump’s tweets use the platform “as a microphone at its best,” and how the 140-character limit isn’t going away.