Twitter is reported to have blocked an account on Tuesday night, retweeted by President Trump Donald John TrumpProfessor installs motorcycles across the US-Mexico border to form a "two-way" link The world of Boris expects the Johnson Government. MORE just hours earlier.
Trump on Tuesday afternoon retweeted an account that went by the name "LYNN THOMAS" and posted a tweet that included a chart that he called Democrats "THE TRUE ENEMIES OF AMERICA," the Daily Beast reported.
Twitter told CNN that the account was suspended for violating its terms and conditions, but did not specify which rule was violated. The platform prohibits users from artificially amplifying r interrupts calls across multiple accounts.
The account, which was created in September 2018, called itself "a fierce supporter of Trump" and said, "I'm not a bot." a week-long memorial directed by former President Clinton and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton  Hillary Dayan Rodham Clinton. Memory: Trump critics worry race tactics will work in 2020. Muller hearings should shock Democrats over abuse of justice system trumps controversy in Baltimore, criticizing Sharpton MORE MORE .
Trump told C-SPAN on Tuesday night that he was "not very sorry for his frequent chirping, but added that" a bigger problem is retweets. "
" You'll retweet something that sounds good, but turns out to be a player who's not the best player in the world, which creates a problem, "
Trump has often come under fire for his tweets, including the tagging of a Twitter account on Tuesday related to QAnon's conspiracy theory as he renewed calls for the extension of voter ID laws.
The president is also under fire for a recent series of attacks against a representative Elijah Cummings Elijah Eugene CummingsLast prosecutor in Baltimore: Why I'm staying with the city of Baltimore and against Trump's remarks, the Black Pastor tells CNN's Lemon that Trump doesn't only attack black people. He attacks anyone. Brzezinski shoots back at Trump after he shoots himself at Morning Joe: "I am sad and disgusted" MORE (D-Md.), Whom he called "racist" and "brutal thug." "
Twitter said last month that it would soon mark, but not remove, tweets from world leaders who violate its rules, which means the potential to influence Trump and his remarks.