Twitter has added a label to the video, which was tweeted by Trump late in the evening of Thursday, marking it as handled. Earlier in the day, Facebook deleted Asset of the advertisement campaign that highlighted a Nazi symbol.
This latest move from Twitter comes after Trump has signed an executive order last month intended to reduce the protections for social media companies on the content posted on their platforms.
Even if Twitter has taken a large part of the hands of the president’s controversial tweets in recent weeks, the company has begun to add a label that is verified the disinformation amplified by the president of the united states, as well as a note of caution to the effect that glorified violence.
Company policy prohibits sharing of videos that have been “deceptively changed”, which is won the video comes from a pro-Trump meme creator a warning label. The platform previously in force of the policy when the White House social media director, Dan Scavino, has posted a manipulated video that made it appear as if Joe Biden had approved the Asset.
Later, in the night of Thursday, the president has released another video, which included another apparently manipulated CNN clip. The video again accuses the journalists of the amplifier, of false news, and misconstruing what happened when a white Trump supporter chased after an Uber driver. It has CNN White House correspondent Jim Acosta speaking to the camera, with a fake chyron which reads as follows: “to prevail on the Fault? White man in MAGA Hat Attack Black Uber Driver.”
The manipulated toddler video shared by the president remained not on Facebook. Earlier this month, Facebook employees staged a “walkout” on Mark Zuckerberg decides to leave a position of Trump that seems to incite violence against the demonstrators, who were protesting against the brutality of the police. Trump has invoked the phrase, “when the looting starts, the shooting starts”, which dates back to the civil rights era, when it was used by a segregationist politician-and-white chief of police to justify a crackdown on the protesters. Twitter has hidden the message behind a grey box.
Twitter already tagged, an Asset post about this fraudulent mail ballots with a message that says, “make the truth on the vote by correspondence”, and redirected the public, press articles, fact-checking Trump false allegations.
The social network has also removed the Asset tweets for copyright infringement after Trump used without a license from the music in an advertisement featuring the music of the film Dark Knight Rises, and a video of the song Photograph by the group Nickelback.