US President Donald Trump's tweet, in which he described the protesters' murder of an African American police in Minneapolis as "thugs", sparked a scathing criticism from Twitter that put the "glorification of violence" sign on the tweet.
The site said that Trump's tweet violated Twitter's basic rules but would not remove it for his fans to share.
The US President described the protesters demanding justice as "thugs" and threatened to shoot them.
Trump's response comes after yesterday's executive order against social networking sites, which he denounces legal protection from prosecution, in the context of his ongoing confrontation with the media and communication platforms that reveal his lies.
And Twitter had lied to Trump's tweets, considering that two of them were "unfair".
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