The administration of the social network Twitter has deleted a video of President Donald Trump on the death of African American George Floyd, the election headquarter of the American leader reports.
“Twitter and Jack Dorsey have censored this sublime and calling for unity message of President Donald Trump after the tragedy with George Floyd. The media have refused to cover the speech,” Trump said in a statement. Presidential Staff spokesman Andrew Clarke accused Twitter of a double standard policy.
In a four-minute video, the U.S. president warned the public about “radical leftist groups that are generating anarchy in the country.
Trump is actively using Twitter to communicate with voters against the backdrop of the rapidly growing race for a seat in the White House.