Why Trump Can't Claim Twitter Is Violating His Free Speech

If anyone is breaching the First Amendment, it's the president

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President Donald Trump is not happy with Twitter, usually his favorite social media platform. On Tuesday night, he accused Twitter of “interfering” with the 2020 presidential election and “stifling free speech” by placing a fact-check label on two of his tweets.

It’s the first label Twitter has put on one of the president’s tweets, and the most aggressive action the company has taken after years of being hands-off about its most notorious user.

Many Twitter users had expressed consternation with the platform Tuesday for allowing Trump to tweet unfounded



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