On Sunday Beau Willimon, the creator of the popular Netflix political drama #house of cards, published 15 Tweets in which he asked Twitter to disable President Trump's account.

The writer is one of Trump's most cogent and harsh detractors, calling him out and offering in-depth political knowledge and an elegant point of view on matters of public office, social reform and the power of the White House office.

Willimon claimed that with the online service's worldwide reach and impact on the media it has a duty to delete accounts that facilitate #national security threats.

He argued that Trump's use of Twitter constitutes a national security threat since it invites the US's enemies to take advantage of his flagrant shortcomings. And by publishing and distributing his 'continuing impulsiveness, recklessness, delusion & ignorance about gov't', he is broadcasting his incapacity for good leadership

Willimon also stated that as a private citizen Trump has violated Twitter rules in regards to threats, hateful conduct and harassment.