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Inside Twitter’s Decision to Fact-Check Trump’s Tweets

‘We knew from a comms perspective that all hell would break loose,’ says Twitter’s vice president of global communications

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At 8:17 a.m. on Tuesday, Donald Trump sent a characteristically aggrieved tweet claiming that mail-in ballots were “fraudulent,” and that ballots would be stolen and…




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