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Twitter suspends fake pro-Trump African-American accounts

WorldNews Tuesday, 13 October 2020
Twitter suspends fake pro-Trump African-American accountsTwitter Inc on Tuesday said it had suspended a number of accounts that claimed to be owned by Black supporters of President Donald Trump and his re-election campaign, saying the accounts broke its rules on spam and platform manipulation. "Our teams are working diligently to investigate this activity and will take action in...
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