On May 28th, Twitter added a fact check to a Trump Tweet about mail in ballots. The President has argued that this is a type of political censorship. Is Twitter a public square or private forum? Does a fact-check limit free speech? Was Twitter correct in fact-checking Trump's tweets?
Twitter did the right thing to fact check the President of the United States. Twitter is a platform with enormous reach, and it is critical that information, especially from those in power, is factual and correct.
Twitter is a public square and should not be involved in limiting free speech and expression. The President has the right to share what he wants, without censorship from Twitter. Twitter should not wield political power in this way by limiting a particular point of view.
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