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Trump accuses social media of editorial bias, calls for regulations

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Trump accuses social media of editorial bias, calls for regulations

Trump accuses social media of editorial bias, calls for regulations

President Donald Trump said he will introduce legislation that may scrap or weaken a law that has long protected internet companies, including Twitter and Facebook.

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Trump signed an executive order on Thursday afternoon after attacking Twitter for tagging his tweets about unsubstantiated claims of fraud in mail-in voting with a warning prompting readers to fact-check the posts.

Facebook and Twitter did not immediately comment on the executive order.




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