About a month ago, we briefly rejoiced when Trump's Twitter account was suspended. Although paradise didn't last more than eleven minutes, for a moment there, we sincerely believed Twitter was finally taking doing the right thing.

We were wrong, as it was unveiled that the "error" had in fact been caused by a contractor on his last day. Many begged for the man to step forward and identify himself -- hell, some were even ready to offer him jobs. Well, he finally did: meet Bahtiyar Duysak, a German of Turkish descent who recently discussed what happened in an interview with TechCrunch, saying it was a "mistake" derived from "a series of coincidences": "I was tired sometimes. And everyone can do mistakes. I did a mistake."

The whole process was actually put in motion after a user had reported Trump on Twitter: "as a final, throwaway gesture, he put the wheels in motion to deactivate it. Then he closed his computer and left the building," TechCrunch explains.

Duysak says that although he does love America and Twitter, he is not planning on working in tech anytime soon. Well, at least if something happens to him we'll know why.