Twitter hid Trump’s mail-order messages

By | September 3, 2020

Twitter posted a warning to two posts by US President Donald Trump about mail-order voting, saying they were breaking the rules.
“We posted a warning in the public communities of two tweets in this thread for violating the policy of civil unity, namely for calling on people to vote,” – said the Twitter security service.

In a warning about a violation of Twitter rules, it is noted that it may be in the public interest. It can be quoted, but not liked, answered, or retweeted.

It accompanies one Trump message on September 3, split into two tweets, with the president, voters voting by mail, send their ballots as soon as possible, and go to the polling station on election day and make sure their vote is counted. If it is divided on the site that the vote is not taken into account, then Trumpal called for voting there.