The CBP officer's "questions had nothing to do with re-entry into the United States," journalist Ben Watson told Newsweek.
Gordon MacMillan, who joined Twitter in 2013 and is listed as the company's Head of Editorial for EMEA, is also part of the British Army's "information warfare" unit.
Last month, Twitter took down almost 200,000 China-linked accounts that were trying to undermine the protests in Hong Kong.
"Work is underway, and I think the result will be there soon," said Deputy Foreign Minister Colonel General Andrei Kartapolov.
The 2020 Democratic primary made his comments as President Donald Trump hit back at those on Fox News who criticize his administration.
"Talk radio's hosts and their station management remain mouthpieces eager to repeat the lines Trump inserts," the ex-CIA analyst argued.
The long-time journalist and broadcaster told CNN the president's social media output was "ridiculous, but...unrelenting."
"The best part about the GOP-Fox propaganda machine is that Republican congressmen actually believe + consume it uncritically, get duped themselves, which lead them to make statements like this," Ocasio-Cortez tweeted, referring to a statement by Representative Devin Nunes.
"Fox [News] has been so aligned with Trump, really, that you can see that it is almost an arm of the West Wing," New Yorker writer Jane Mayer told CNN.
The Confucius Institutes claim to promote Chinese language and culture on U.S. soil, but Washington is growing skeptical about their mission.
"We've tried to keep you posted and yet some people, as you just heard in that, felt that this was not a problem," a 'Fox & Friends' co-host said.
"Security is never a finished job," said Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg. "Our adversaries are determined, creative and well-funded."
In one English-language post, a parody cover for "The Notebook" featured North Korean leader Kim Jong Un embracing the U.S. president.
Only a minority of Russians regard LGBT activists as people who "do not pursue destructive goals," according to the survey.
Shortly after a top LGBT activist in Russia posted a copy of a letter permitting his event, officials began to suggest they would pull the plug.
Despite recent controversies, Facebook appears committed to political involvement.
Michael McFaul got to know how Russia's president thinks. And he's clear on one thing: Thanks to Trump, "the world looks pretty good from Putin's point of view."
North Korea also released new posters that promote an April 27 summit meeting between Chairman Kim Jong Un and South Korean President Moon Jae-in.
Fox News reported that Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen's misleading tweets were merely "clarifying" the issue.
At the meeting with Kim Jong Un in Singapore, President Trump made Chinese leaders happy but sandbagged his own Pentagon.
They say they'll just keep making fake accounts.
"We will do everything so that our Christian, orthodox values are fortified against these sorts of threats."
The head of Russia's security council blamed a wide range of groups for implanting "destructive views" in the minds of the youth.