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President Trump’s recent war with Twitter—his primary mode of expression—blew up recently after the social-media platform tagged the president’s claims about fraud in mail-in balloting as misleading and offered readers the chance to click on a link to see contradictory evidence. Soon after, Twitter doubled-down on its efforts when it placed a warning label over messages from both the President and the White House’s Twitter accounts which implied that looters at the Minneapolis protests could be shot, saying the tweets violated the site’s policies against glorifying violence.

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