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- Twitter briefly banned the Trump campaign's account from tweeting Wednesday after it violated the company's policies against COVID-19 misinformation, a spokesperson told Business Insider.
- The campaign tweeted a video of Trump falsely claiming to Fox News that children are "almost immune" from the disease.
- Trump also tweeted a link to the video, which has since been blocked, but the company did not take any action against the president's account.
- Facebook took down a similar post by Trump earlier in the day for violating its own COVID-19 misinformation policies, a first for the company.
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- Facebook removed a Trump post because it violated the company's policies banning 'harmful COVID misinformation'
- Bill Gates issued a stark warning for the world: 'As awful as this pandemic is, climate change could be worse'
- Sen. Ron Wyden accused Trump of 'working the refs' by pulling the renomination of an FCC commissioner who had questioned the president's executive order targeting social media companies