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Facebook and Twitter’s Inconsistencies Are Turning the 2020 Election Into a New Nightmare

After botching an October Surprise, can these platforms act coherently in November?

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On Wednesday, Facebook and Twitter faced their first major test of the 2020 election. The New York Post published a story




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