Donald Trump had a closed-door meeting with Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey on April 23 and reportedly spent a good chunk of the meeting complaining about losing followers.

According to anonymous sources who spoke to the Washington Post, Trump questioned Dorsey directly about the dip in his follower count following Twitter's purge of bots from the platform. Trump publicly criticized the platform in a tweet earlier this week, accusing Twitter of targeting conservatives.

"Very discriminatory, hard for people to sign on. Constantly taking people off list. Big complaints from many people. Different names-over 100 [million]. But should be much higher than that if Twitter wasn’t playing their political games," he wrote.

Trump left the meeting happy, if his Twitter account is to be believed. He shared a photo of Dorsey and himself in the Oval Office and said that he was hoping to maintain an "open dialogue."

Twitter co-founder Biz Stone made it clear that he wasn't happy with Jack's decision to meet with the president. He sub-tweeted Dorsey, sharing what he was doing with his day while his associate met with Trump. 

Neither Dorsey nor the White House have shared specifics about what was discussed during the meeting.