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Donald Trump & Joe Biden Are Not Allowed to Do This on Twitter on Election Day

Just Jared Friday, 9 October 2020
Twitter is implementing new rules. The social media platform announced on Friday (October 9) that presidential candidates, including Joe Biden and Donald Trump, will not be allowed to declare an unverified victory on Election Day (November 3), via THR. “People on Twitter, including candidates for office, may not claim an election win before it is [...]
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