Twitter and Facebook on Thursday placed warning labels on President Donald Trump's latest posts on mail-in-voting, this time in which he suggested to voters they show up at polling places and vote in person if their mail-in-ballots had yet to be counted.
"We placed a public interest notice on two Tweets in this thread for violating our Civic Integrity Policy, specifically for encouraging people to potentially vote twice," Twitter posted, quoting Trump's tweet threat. "The laws regarding the invalidation of mail-in ballots when individuals choose to vote in person are complex, and vary significantly by state. Our goal is to prevent people from sharing advice about voting twice, which may be illegal."
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