Trump’s threat of violent retaliation against protestors “violated the Twitter Rules about glorifying violence,” the platform said.
“Coloradans are better than this,” Gov. Jared Polis said, noting he was “shocked” by the footage.
"When the looting starts, the shooting starts," the president wrote, as Minneapolis erupted for a third straight day.
Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey responded to tweets from President Trump about sending the National Guard into the city, as well as the decision to evacuate the third precinct police station.
Violence in the streets prompts officials to call in troops and vow a swift federal review of troubling videotaped arrest.
The protests in Kentucky were prompted by the killing of Ms. Taylor, a black woman who was shot dead by white police officers who entered her home in March.
The move by the social media platform is likely to spur more threats from the White House and criticism from the president’s supporters.
Protests following the death of George Floyd, a black man who pleaded that he couldn't breathe while he was held down with a knee by a Minneapolis police officer, have spread nationwide. Follow here for the latest updates.
Twitter says President Donald Trump and the White House's official Twitter account have violated its rule against glorifying violence and has affixed a warning label to tweets on both, marking the first time such action has been taken against the accounts.
Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey addresses President Donald Trump's tweets amid violent protests. Protest have sprung up around the country over George Floyd's death while in police custody.
Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey addressed a contentious room of reporters in the early morning hours on Friday after multiple buildings, including a police precinct, were lit on fire during protests over the death of 47-year-old George Floyd.
Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey (D) lashed out at President Trump in an overnight press conference on the looting and burning of his city by protesters and Trump’s threat to bring in the national guard to save the city of Frey won’t. Frey told reporters it was his decision Thursday night to have police officers abandon…
The city's third precinct was overrun by protestors amid nationwide demonstrations following Floyd's death in police custody.
Protesters breached a police station in Minneapolis and set it on fire, as demonstrations were reported across the country.
The former Minneapolis police officer seen in a video with his knee on George Floyd's neck before the unarmed black man died this week was taken into custody Friday by state authorities, according to the commissioner of the Minnesota Department of Public Safety.
Twitter escalated its feud with President Trump early Friday, censoring a tweet on the Minneapolis riots in which Trump warned he would send national guard troops to save the city from its incompetent radical Mayor Jacob Frey if the President had to. Frey has allowed his city to be looted and set aflame by protesters…
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