A former CIA employee Valerie Plame Wilson (54) started raising funds to buy Twitter to stop President Trump from using it, as reported by Bloomberg. Last week, Wilson wrote on her Twitter page: "If Twitter executives won't shut down Trump's violence and hate, then it's up to us."

Plame says Trump's tweet could harm the country

She mentioned on a GoFundMe page that Trump's tweets could affect the protesters which make them violent and create chaos, according to Forbes. She also added that his tweets are harmful to the country and put people at risk.

'With a single tweet, he can damage international relationships and alliances," she wrote.

She also added that according to current market rate, over billions of dollars are required to stop the President from tweeting which could prevent a terrible nuclear war, the USA Today reported.

Wilson hopes that she will be able to collect a million dollars to buy a controlling stake in this social network. On Wednesday, she had collected less than $6,000 but was up to around $58,821 on Friday morning, which is far less than the expected amount.

She said that if she would not be able to buy the majority shares of Twitter then she would find another way to buy a significant stake at the Twitter's annual shareholder meeting.

James Cakmak, an analyst at a research and trading company in New York City, said that Twitter would face $2 billion loss if Trump deleted his account.

He said that there are around 125 million users of Twitter in the world. Trump has 36 million followers on his Twitter account. The market value of Twitter is about $11.7 billion, according to Bloomberg.

What did Trump's administration say about her action?

In a statement, Sarah Huckabee Sanders, the White House Press Secretary, said that the Americans are on the president's side and they want him to use Twitter.

"Her ridiculous attempt to shut down his first amendment is the only clear violation in this equation," she said.

According to Bloomberg, if Wilson would be able to gain $1 billion of Twitter's stake then she would become the largest shareholder and hold a strong position in the company. On Wednesday, Twitter did not respond to her attempts to buy a strong position in their company.

In 2003, an official in the administration of President Bush leaked the information that Valerie Wilson was a CIA Agent due to her husband Joseph Wilson, a diplomat, sharply criticizing the administration for invading Iraq. She was dismissed from the agency in 2005