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Trump signs executive order threatening social-media companies after Twitter fact-checked his tweets

Business Insider Thursday, 28 May 2020
Trump signs executive order threatening social-media companies after Twitter fact-checked his tweets· President Donald Trump signed an executive order Thursday seeking to crack down on social-media companies over allegations of bias against conservatives.
· The move comes two days after Twitter fact-checked two of Trump's tweets pushing false claims about voting by mail.
· Trump's executive order seeks to empower federal...
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