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Mr. Trump: 'Twitter is interfering in the 2020 presidential election'


President Donald Trump on Tuesday accused Twitter of interfering in the 2020 U.S. presidential election, after the social network judged Trump's statement to be "false", through an Information verification feature.

"Twitter is currently interfering in the 2020 presidential election." 

Mr. Trump stated on the same social network, where more than 80 million people registered to receive information from him.

According to Breitbart, Twitter has attached a link to Mr. Trump's tweet (statement via Twitter) with content that urges voters to "receive authentic information" about voting by email.

Twitter's move comes after President Trump spoke out against the proposed vote-by-email vote, as this poses a high risk of election fraud.

President Trump said: 
“They are saying that I made an inaccurate statement about the Ballot by mail, one that will lead to massive chaos and fraud, [but what they say is] based on to verify information of CNN news agency and Amazon Post Washington”.
Mr. Trump warned that Twitter would have to suffer as a result of their actions. 
"Twitter completely restrains the Freedom of Speech, and I, as the President, will not allow that to happen!”
 Mr. Trump announced on 26/5.

President Trump has long expressed resentment over technology firms censoring conservative voices on social media. A White House source told the Wall Street Journal that his government is considering plans to investigate the incident, which could include Twitter, Facebook and Google.

Before Mr. Trump issued a warning to Twitter on May 26, many citizens signed an online petition, urging his government to investigate Twitter for violations of freedom of speech, as well as its relationship with the Chinese Communist Party.

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