Re: Not very future-proof...
> 1. Trump deactivates his personal Twitter account.
People who tweet at 3am are attention addicted and will not deactivate their accounts.
> 2. Jack Dorsey deactivates Trump's personal Twitter account.
And why would they turn away such an attention hog? Even if Trump got really bad, it would be a temporary deactivation at most. Trolls are the key to Twitter's relevance.
> 3. Trump tweets that he's going to audit the Fed.
That would probably kill all stocks, so short everything if that happens. Either way the bot works.
> 4. Trump's account gets hacked, and starts posting confidential, unredacted intelligence reports.
And how could you tell that wasn't Trump? So far he has said things that should not be said about foreign allies, and fellow major powers. Would someone believe it, if Trump starts tweeting US sub movements in the South China Sea?
The ship of state leaks, and no state leaks more the US. But given the shear amount of real and alleged leaks, how can any of it be trusted? Even Wikileaks often gets caught up in the hype, and posts publicly released documents as "leaks".