Joe Raedle / Getty ImagesPresident Donald Trump speaks during a campaign event Friday in Ocala, Florida. According to news reports, the Trump White House is considering whether the Justice Department can take action against the social media giant Twitter for its suppression of news stories that Joe Biden’s son used his access during his father’s term as vice president to make money from Ukrainian and Chinese companies. (Joe Raedle / Getty Images)
By Jack Davis
Published October 18, 2020 at 11:37am
More than four months after President Donald Trump sent Big Tech a broad warning that the federal government would not tolerate online censorship, Twitter’s recent move to ban users from sharing news articles about Hunter Biden could convert that warning into action.
Twitter last week invoked its Hacked Materials Policy to justify shutting down accounts — including the personal account of White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany and the official Trump campaign account — that tried to