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In the eyes of many, US President Donald Trump’s tweets have been indicative of a much larger problem.

In the tweet that Twitter took semi-hid behind a public notice, Trump wrote the line, “when the looting starts, the shooting starts.” There’s a historical significance attached to that phrase.

Twitter had the right to, and Twitter had the obligation to enforce the terms of service against any user violating them.

It seems Twitter finally grew a pair when they clarified why it put up a public interest notice on Trump’s tweet.

Did any of you read that so-called public interest notice that was plastered over Trump’s tweet which Twitter claims has historical context?

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