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President Donald J. Trump speaks in a joint statement with Jean-Claude Juncker President of the European Commission
President Donald Trump has accused Twitter on Thursday of "discriminatory and illegal practices" by swearing in a tweet, " Look in "the thing.
The vice story claims Republicans like party spokesman Ronna McDaniel and Donald Trump Jr.'s spokesman (19659006) A Twitter spokesman declined to comment on Trump's tweet, but told CNBC : "As we said earlier, we are not" Shadowban ". We are aware that some accounts will not automatically be included in our search box and a change will be sent to this address." The profiles, tweets and discussions about These accounts are displayed when you search for them. Judge based on political views or the content of tweets. "
Twitter is a private company and may moderate its platform at its discretion. Trump did not specify which law he considered offensive.
Twitter saw similar allegations by conservative censorship in the fall after several old-right accounts were suspended to reduce hate speech and threats of violence on the site. Republican MPs have repeatedly accused Facebook of silencing conservative voices and holding several hearings in Congress where Facebook, Twitter and YouTube representatives have denied any political bias.
"Our goal is to serve the conversation, not to create value judgments on personal beliefs," said Nick Pickles, Twitter's Global Lead for Public Strategy, to Congress last week.