Twitter "interferes," "stifles" freedom of expression during US campaigns, Trump says.
US President Donald Trump claimed, just after social media platform for the first time posted an audit alert on one of his posts, that Twitter is intervening in the US election and is absolutely "smothering" the freedom of expression.
On Tuesday, Twitter attached to Trump's tweet a message stating that mail-in ballots were "fragile," and that mail boxes should be stripped away.
Twitter also interferes with 2020 Democratic elections. Based on fact checking from False News CNN and the Amazon Washington Post it claims that my comment on mail-In voting, which contributes to huge bribery and theft, is wrong .
"Twitter stifles FREE Expression absolutely & as President, I will not let that happen!," he said in a separate message.
The latest Truth Testing Framework for Combating Misinformation was launched by Twitter.
Read a message on every tweet, which led a reading person to a new webpage that contains links to several press reports, such as The Washington Post and the CNN. "Get the facts about mailing votes."
The California governor should give ballots to millions, everyone, "There's No Chance (ZERO!) that the email bulletins would be something short of significantly frautulent. Email boxes would be stolen, ballots fabricated and also unlawfully copied and fraudulently registered.
Twitter shared a line at the end of this tweet shortly afterwards.
"Get the mail-in vote facts," said Twitter.
"Twitter has given an insightful response to President Trump 's Tweet, which suggests that mail-in voting is illegal, without any proof," NPR said.
Twitter spokesman Trenton Kennedy told the NPR that, while the mail-in voting tweet doesn't violate the Twitter rules because "it doesn't try to dissuade people from voting," it contains "misleading voting details, especially mail-ins."