The “war” between the American president and Twitter continues, a few hours after the signing of the decree by Donald Trump, which opens the door for more lawsuits against social media.
Following the counterattack, Twitter blocked the content of the US President’s posts on Friday, in the case of George Floyd.
In the controversial post, Trump indirectly called on the authorities to open fire on those involved in the looting amid widespread incidents about the African-American man who died after being shot in the neck by a police officer.
“I can’t sit still and watch this happen in a big American city, Minneapolis. Absolute lack of leadership. Either the very weak Radical Leftist Jacob Frey will organize and impose control on the city, or I will send the National Guard and do the right thing, “Trump wrote on Twitter.
“When the looting starts, the shooting starts,” Trump wrote, among other things.
In addition to the controversial post, Twitter posted a message that its content violates the rules of operation against the promotion of violence “but Twitter has ruled that it may be in the public interest for the tweet to remain accessible”.