Twitter boss Jack Dorsey APOLOGIZES after Trump threatened to remove Facebook and Twitter protections after they blocked story about Biden meeting son Hunter's Ukraine partners – but White House spokeswoman's account is locked for sharing it | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Twitter boss Jack Dorsey APOLOGIZES after Trump threatened to remove Facebook and Twitter protections after they blocked story about Biden meeting son Hunter's Ukraine partners – but White House spokeswoman's account is locked for sharing it

Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey apologized on Wednesday night after the social media giant faced backlash over its decision to block links to a story which claims Joe Biden met with a Ukrainian businessman while he was Vice President.

It came just an hour after President Donald Trump threatened to remove the US legal protections that exempts the likes of Twitter and Facebook from liability for the material users post on their networks.

Trump called for the law, known as Section 230, to be repealed as he blasted the social media giants as 'terrible' for 'reducing circulation' of a New York Post article which published the claims about his rival Biden earlier in the day.

Comments

SHARE THIS ARTICLE WITH YOUR SOCIAL MEDIA