Twitter issues warning label to President Trump

Sep 18 2020 02:13 PM
Twitter issues warning label to President Trump

US President Donald Trump usually remains into discussions, either with his statements or with his activities. Recently, Twitter Inc has placed a label of warning on a tweet by US President Donald Trump, saying his post included possibly misrepresenting message about the mail-in voting process. The tweet of the President read, "Because of the new and unprecedented massive amount of unsolicited ballots which will be sent to "voters", or wherever, this year, the Nov 3rd Election result may NEVER BE ACCURATELY DETERMINED, which is what some want. Another election disaster yesterday. Stop Ballot Madness!."

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US President has in recent months attacked the voting process without testimony, saying it could lead to fraud at an extensive level, although millions of Americans, including much of the military, have cast absentee ballots by mail for years without such quandaries. The process is seen as a way to limit exposure to the coronavirus, though the system to do so will vary from state to state.

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The social media handle of Twitter's warning label redirected users to a curated page that stated, "Voting by mail is legal and safe, experts and data confirm", which contained more information on mail-in voting. The social network has previously attached labels to tweets posted and shared by the president, including adding fact-checking notices on his tweets. Twitter had faced severe investigation from the Trump administration in the month of May when for the first time it prompted readers to check the facts in Trump's tweets about false claims of mail-in voting fraud.

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