Donald Trump met with the CEO of Twitter in the the White House last night.
The US President sat down with Jack Dorsey in the Oval Office, which he described as a 'great meeting'.
Following the meeting, Mr Dorsey thanked the US president for his time.
He said: "Twitter is here to serve the entire public conversation, and we intend to make it healthier and more civil.
"Thanks for the discussion about that."
Earlier, President Trump had accused the platform of being 'very discriminatory', and implied that it keeps taking followers off him.
He accused the social network of playing "political games".
He added: "No wonder Congress wants to get involved - and they should. Must be more, and fairer, companies to get out the WORD!"
President Trump has around 60 million Twitter followers - putting him in the top 15 users in terms of followers, but around 45 million users below his predecessor Barack Obama.
Mr Dorsey has repeatedly denied that Twitter has any bias against conservatives, although has previously acknowledged that the company's employees tend to be more "left-leaning".
He told CNN: "We do not look at content with regards to political viewpoint or ideology. We look at behavior.”
In the past, a reduction in follower numbers for some users have been a result of the firm purging bot or fake accounts.