In a tweetstorm today, Twitter investor Chris Sacca said in no uncertain terms that Interim Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey should be named full-time CEO of the company.
Sacca has written at length about the challenges facing Twitter, and he hasn't shied away from criticism. "I believe Twitter can be so much more than it is today," he said in one post.
Sacca's public endorsement could set up a potentially ugly scenario should the board select someone other than Dorsey. If someone else is named, it will be seen as a repudiation of the a vocal investor, something that will make it just a bit more difficult for the board to name someone else. But perhaps that was the point.
This may be the ultimate Twitter Should.
Alex Kantrowitz is a senior technology reporter for BuzzFeed News and is based in San Francisco. He reports on social and communications.
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