The story of the man who introduced Trump to Twitter.

He is a Democrat. :D:D:D:D:D:D:D

He regrets daily for helping Trump “to win”.

[SIZE=7]Meet the man who introduced Donald Trump to one of his most powerful weapons[/SIZE]
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[li]Julie Pace, Associated Press[/li][li]May 31, 2016, 10:24 AM[/li][/ul]

https://image-businessinsider-com.cdn.ampproject.org/i/s/image.businessinsider.com/574d8fa191058423008c5bf6?width=750&format=jpeg&auto=webpIn this May 13, 2016, photo, Peter Costanzo is shown at the Associated Press headquarters where he is the digital and archival manager in New York.Bebeto Matthews/AP Photo

Peter Costanzo is the man who helped turn Donald Trump into @RealDonaldTrump.
That, of course, is Trump’s Twitter account - a high-octane portal for the presumptive Republican presidential nominee to pump out insults, political attacks and self-promotion to more than 8 million followers. But the billionaire’s foray into the world of social media began with a much simpler purpose, yet one that’s still distinctively Trump: making money.
Costanzo crossed paths with Trump in 2009 when he was working as online marketing director for the publishing company putting out the businessman’s book, “Think Like a Champion.” Twitter was still in its infancy at the time. But Costanzo saw the 140-character-per-message platform as a new tool that the real estate mogul could use to boost sales and reach a broader audience.
He was given seven minutes to make his pitch to Trump - “Not five minutes, not 10,” Costanzo said - in a boardroom at Trump Tower in Manhattan that appeared to be the same one used on Trump’s reality television show.

Trump liked what he heard.

“I said, ‘Let’s call you @RealDonaldTrump - you’re the real Donald Trump,’” Costanzo said. “He thought about it for a minute and said, ‘I like it. Let’s do it.’”
Costanzo would spend the next several months helping coordinate Trump’s Twitter account, as well as his official Facebook page, often sending out…