Donald Trump: Twitter hides tweet for ‘glorifying violence’
30 May 2020 | 9:00 am
The post, referring to the unrest in Minneapolis, can now only be viewed if users click past a disclaimer. It's the latest in a growing row between the White House and the social media giant.
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