The former president claims his social media platform will "stand up to the tyranny of Big Tech."
"We want you to enjoy healthy conversations, so this test is one way we're limiting overwhelming and unwelcome interactions," Twitter wrote in a statement.
Nick Clegg has acknowledged that social bans raised significant questions over big tech's role in the democratic process.
The power of these companies to control public discourse is a clear and present danger to everyone who values free speech.
Trump is not the only presidential candidate who has received a massive increase in followers this week. Joe Biden gained 2,174,875 followers on Twitter in the same time frame.
With two months until the election, it's time to start giving voters a reason to vote for Democrats, rather than against Donald Trump.
The U.S. President insisted he "ran down to level ground" after a video appeared to show him struggling down slope.
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The first lady made her remarks while delivering a speech at the PTA Legislative Conference in Alexandria, Virginia.
President Donald Trump endorsed former Auburn University football coach Tommy Tuberville's bid for the old U.S. Senate seat of former Attorney General Jeff Sessions Tuesday, sending a clear message of disapproval to his former AG.
"I'm gonna do what I think is right. I cannot do my job here at the department with a constant background commentary that undercuts me."
President Trump shared a bizarre video suggesting he will be president indefinitely on Twitter shortly after he was acquitted in his Senate impeachment trial.
Fox News anchor Chris Wallace suggested that criticism from President Donald Trump is "an indication you're doing" a good job as a journalist, according to an interview published Monday by Deadline.
During Thursday's Senate impeachment trial proceedings, President Donald Trump retweeted a number of his followers, including a regular contributor to Alex Jones' InfoWars.
President Donald Trump urged his Twitter followers to "READ THE TRANSCRIPTS!" Tuesday, while a survey taken a week before the Senate impeachment trial began indicates Republican support for Trump has fallen slightly.
The president revisited the insult to describe the CNN host that he has sparred with on social media in 2019.
Model and presenter tried to get her own phrase trending on Twitter after attack by president.
In an apparent effort to shift the conversation back to policy, Ocasio-Cortez said she and her peers fight to guarantee healthcare, environmental protections, student loan forgiveness and "basic human rights."
Riffing on the triumphant moment, Twitter users quickly turned the photograph into a new meme celebrating their own big and small accomplishments.
Back stateside, the photo showing drowning victims Oscar Alberto Martínez and 23-month-old daughter Angie Valeria sparked immediate outcry, with pundits and journalists drawing comparisons to other haunting photographs of war.
Trump said he hadn't campaigned to win the popular vote, but asserted that he would have won had his campaign employed a different strategy.
Trump suggested on Saturday that the photo of him and his latest accuser means nothing, telling reporters "give me a break."
Trump's freewheeling remarks to reporters came after the president made the last-minute decision to call off an approved airstrike on Thursday
Impeachment continues to be a thorny topic for Democrats. For the most part, leaders of the party have argued that impeachment is a politically risky move.
Florida Senator mocked after backing man who referred to him as "Little Marco" in 2016.
The petition's launch came after an official federal watchdog recommended that Conway be removed from her post, citing violations of The Hatch Act.
His latest tweet came after a Trump-owned venue broke a pledge promising not to use the president's appearances there to drum up publicity.
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"It's a fight he wants to have, it's a fight he's going to have, and he's going to lose," the presidential hopeful said.