Facebook and Twitter took action against a post Tuesday by President Trump falsely claiming that the flu is more lethal than coronavirus. Twitter hid the tweet behind a warning label and prevented it from being shared, while Facebook removed it entirely. Both sites have come under scrutiny over how they would handle misleading information about Covid-19 after Trump emerged from the hospital...
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