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Wish Twitter Could Stop Trump’s Tweeting!

British Prime Minister was offended by one of Trump’s tweet and said it was “wrong” as it would start Trump’s “darkest day” as President.

It was one of the shocking moment for Britain First’s Jayda Fransen.

Though it seems like one of the normal events done by the leader of a free country for the people.

But simply ignored by the activity done by Donald Trump tweeting a woman who has been fined for hate speech – rather most shocking is that those tweets are still on the site.

Recently Twitter has decided to take some significant actions against those hate speeches, also promised to be more transparent about how it goes about moderating its increasingly volatile space.

Twitter has also taken a step to remove that “verified” status from the ones twitter account who uses hateful words both online and offline. More specifically, that bright blue tick used as badge of honor for Twitter users shown beside the account holder’s name will be vanished.

Captions added by Ms. Jayda Fransen were both inaccurate and inciteful, besides those were totally targeting Muslim immigrants.

On Thursday, Twitter said it wouldn’t take any action against the tweets – though it did tag the material as “sensitive”.

Even though Twitter is has promised to be more transparent, it has refused to provide any explanation or giving any indication to keep those tweets online.

Ms.Fransen, Britain First’s deputy leader, remains on the platform – verified with a blue tick – despite “offline” behavior that includes a fine of almost £2,000 for religiously-aggravated harassment of a stranger in the street. Ms.Fransen admitted to shouting abuse at the Muslim woman, who was with her children.

A twitter spokesman gave a statement after asking about Ms.Fransen’s tweets and status by saying, “To help ensure people have an opportunity to see every side of an issue there may be the rare occasion when we allow controversial content or behavior which may otherwise violate our Rules to remain on our service because we believe there is a legitimate public interest in its availability.”

Twitter refused to comment any further after that.

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