Twitter removed photo from Trump’s post

By | July 2, 2020
Twitter removed photo from Trump's post

The reason for removing the photo from the tweet was the complaint of the copyright owner, the company said.
Twitter has once again punished U.S. President Donald Trump by deleting photos from his post due to copyright infringement.
Twitter removed photo from Trump's post
Instead of a photo in a tweet posted on June 30, you now see a notification that the photo was deleted in response to a complaint from the copyright holder.

Axios reports that this is a photo of a New York Times journalist who accompanied a large article about Trump. The newspaper complained about a tweet because the photo was posted by Trump without permission. This is the second time in two weeks when social networks delete materials from Trump’s accounts. Earlier, Trump’s tweet and Facebook post were removed, which depicted two young children. Parents of children complained of copyright infringement.

Also in early June, Twitter blocked a video of the White House chapter dedicated to the memory of George Floyd for copyright infringement.

Later, the administration of the service noted the presidency as “manipulating the facts.”
And in late June, Twitter blocked the post of Trump, as inappropriate to company policy.