Appearing on Geraldo Rivera’s radio show earlier today on WTAM in Cleveland, President Donald Trump insisted he is being unfairly uncensored by Twitter and Facebook after the social media companies blocked a video shared by accounts linked to him and his campaign for spreading misinformation about the coronavirus.
Donald Trump has suggested delaying November’s election until voter fraud using mail-in ballots is dealt with. There is no evidence of widespread fraud in voting-by-mail.
The President took to Twitter on Thursday to attack mail-in ballots as part of his ongoing attempts to undermine the process. He then veered into a musings about moving the election date.
Dr. Anthony Fauci has responded to Donald Trump’s attacks on him in an early morning TV appearance. He defended himself from the President’s attacks as they took on a new, more pernicious form.
Donald Trump was one of the first celebrities to frequently use Twitter. And he used it to build a political career by spreading his false birtherism claim.
But all isn’t right in the world with Trump and the website where he has amassed 84.2 million followers. On Monday night, the President claimed that the social media site is intentionally out to make him look bad.
After many months of skirting the issue, a number of prominent GOP officials have gone all in on masks. On Sunday, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell tweeted out a video extolling the virtues of face coverings. Even Donald Trump, himself, posted a picture wearing a mask last week.
In an interview with Barstool Sports founder Dave Portnoy, President Donald Trump acknowledged that his Twitter activity, known for being the subject of often controversial headlines, gets him “into trouble.”
According to a YouGov poll conducted July 11 to 13, the majority of Americans believe President Donald Trump should stop using Twitter as his primary mode of communication. 54 percent of respondents said “no” when asked if Trump should be posting messages on Twitter. 32 percent said “yes.” 14 percent of respondents said they were unsure.
Donald Trump lashed out at Democrats on Friday while attacking peaceful protesters in Seattle. The President also took aim at the Democratic mayor of the city.
Peaceful protesters have set up a “police-free zone” in six blocks of Seattle. Trump and other conservatives have reacted with fury, even suggesting these people are traitors.
A number of White House aides don’t want to see the President’s tweets, according to a new report from ABC News. This is despite the fact that Twitter is his preferred medium.
Donald Trump sends several tweets almost every day and frequently breaks his own record for tweets and retweets. But according to the ABC News story, many of his aides see this as a problem.
Donald Trump has once again become the subject of scorn after he sent a tweet praising the “S.S.” and their response to Antifa. The President meant the Secret Service, but the jokes wrote themselves.
Donald Trump’s critics have rounded on him after he shared a conspiracy about a 75-year-old peace activist. The President told his Twitter followers that the man could have faked his assault by police.
CNN has responded to Donald Trump’s most recent criticisms by telling him to focus on the pandemic killing Americans. The official CNN Communications Twitter account replied to the President for a second day running.
Joe Biden has called out President Donald Trump following his tweet about shooting protesters. The presumptive Democratic nominee weighed in as conditions in Minneapolis grow more fraught.
“Enough,” Biden tweeted on Friday morning before writing a thread about Trump’s response to the violence in Minnesota. He also addressed the arrest of a CNN team during a live broadcast.
Donald Trump addressed the Coronavirus death toll on Thursday by gently criticizing China for the disease. The President’s seemed more concerned with Twitter this morning.
“We have just reached a very sad milestone with the coronavirus pandemic deaths reaching 100,000,” Trump tweeted.
Conservative Rick Wilson has preemptively attacked Donald Trump’s impending executive order on social media. He also warned Republicans it could end badly for them.
“We don’t know what the WH Counsel’s office is going to vomit out when it comes to this social media executive order, but the idea by many Trump ‘conservatives’ that this is a Good Thing, is I think, ludicrously wrong,” Wilson tweeted.
President Donald Trump threatened to shut down social media platforms after Twitter, his communication tool of choice, began fact-checking his tweets. The president suggested that social media “totally silences” conservative voices.
Twitter has added a fact check link to Trump's tweets that were full of false information about mail-in voting and voter fraud.
Donald Trump’s Facebook page has shared a video of Joe Biden’s presidential campaign in a coffin. The President’s page repurposed a popular meme to attack the former Vice President.
Trump’s official Facebook page shared a dancing Ghanaian pallbearers video with the Biden campaign logo imposed on the coffin. Though this is a popular meme, there was angry reaction.
Twitter will not remove Donald Trump’s tweets accusing MSNBC host Joe Scarborough of murder. Despite numerous calls to take action against the President’s false allegations, the company will do nothing.
Donald Trump was sent by God to lead the United States, at least according to one of his biggest fans on Twitter. Conservative Bill Mitchell caused a stir online with his claim.
Mitchell has been one of President Trump’s most enthusiastic cheerleaders, winning the derision of many critics. Many saw his comments on Friday as particularly egregious.