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Twitter Adds a ‘Get the Facts’ Label to Trump’s Fraudulent Tweets About Voting by Mail – Is It Enough?

For the first time Twitter has inserted a label directly onto two tweets. President Donald Trump was the first recipient of what some are calling a “warning label,” but what appear to be a gentle offer to “get the facts.” Trump, some believe, was engaging in voter suppression.

In response to the two false, fear-mongering tweets Trump posted Tuesday morning, the social media giant appended a link that reads: “Get the facts about mail-in ballots”: The link goes to a Twitter page offering articles

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