The microblogging service Twitter again identified two messages from US President Donald Trump as violating social media rules, violating civil liability, and electoral rules.
In his messages, Trump urged Americans who intend to vote in the presidential election by mail to come to the polling station on election day and make sure that their vote is taken into account.
вЂњGo to your polling station to find out if your messages (ballot) are entered in the table (counted). If this happened, you will not be able to vote, the mail voting system worked as it should. If it was not taken into account, vote вЂ” it is a citizen's right, вЂњTrump wrote.
Because of this, Twitter said that Trump's messages violated social media rules on civic integrity and electoral integrity.
At the same time, access to Trump's posts is preserved, it will be possible to quote him, but it will not be possible to вЂњlikeвЂќ, reply to it or retweet it.
вЂњWe posted two tweets to this thread for violations of our civil liability policy, in particular for encouraging people to potentially vote twice,вЂќ explained on Twitter.
The next US general elections will be held on November 3. They will elect the president and vice president, all 435 members of the House of Representatives and a third of the US Senate, governors of 13 states and territories. Democrat Joseph Biden will be Trump's rival in the presidential election. The first is 74 years old, the second is 77 years old. Trump and Biden's partners in the election race, that is, contenders for the post of US Vice President, are Michael Pence and Kamala Harris. Trump is fighting for re-election. In the 2016 presidential election, he defeated Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton.