According to foreign media reports,A spokesman for the Twitter said the company marked four tweets issued by President Trump on Saturday morning local time, saying it "made potentially misleading remarks about the election" and would continue to try to control false information on its platform.The current president tweeted without evidence that "tens of thousands of votes were illegally obtained after 8 p.m. on election day, and the results of Pennsylvania and other extremely weak states were completely and easily changed."
He claimed that thousands of votes were "illegally prohibited from observation" and that "bad things happened" when "legal transparency was maliciously and brutally prohibited".
Twitter also marked a quote tweet from Trump, who added a statement to a tweet from representative Jim Jordan. According to trump, there is a demand for transparency, and " Legal observers are denied access to the counting room! "
However, there is no evidence that legal observers are prohibited from participating in any counting of votes in states that have not yet counted votes.
Twitter has been vigorously pursuing its civic integrity policy since the election day, and President Trump's tweets about elections and counting votes have been. As of Friday morning, more than a dozen of the president's tweets had been tagged. The tweets posted on Saturday morning were tagged less than an hour after they appeared.
On Saturday, the president announced in an unmarked tweet that a "lawyer press conference" would be held in Philadelphia at 11:30 est. Then Rudy Giuliani, the president's lawyer, called a press conference, claiming that there had been unwarranted voter fraud in Pennsylvania.
Not long after twitter tagged trump tweets, the associated press and mainstream networks predicted Biden would win the presidential election. Trump was playing golf at the time of the news. He later tweeted (in capitals) that he "won the election with 71 million legitimate votes" and "millions of postal votes" were sent to those who did not ask to vote. Obviously, twitter also tagged the tweet.