US election 2020 latest – Donald Trump SHUT DOWN for covid immunity claim as Twitter brands President 'misleading'

DONALD Trump has had another tweet branded "misleading" after he claimed to have covid immunity.

Twitter flagged the President's tweets claimed that he'd had a "total and complete sign of from White House doctors", adding "that means I can't get it (immune) and can't give it".

Twitter hid the tweet from Trump's followers and added a tag that read "This Tweet violated the Twitter Rules about spreading misleading and potentially harmful information related to COVID-19."

It is not the first time the social media giant has flagged one of the President's tweets and comes five months after it first introduced a policy oftagging high profile tweets it considers to be misleading.

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Donald Trump's tweet claiming he is immune to Covid-19 and “can't give it” has been flagged by Twitter for “misleading and potentially harmful” health information.

The warning was attached to a Sunday morning tweet where the president claimed that he was given the OK by White House doctors after he was diagnosed with the coronavirus last week.

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President Trump bragged about having a “record” 96 percent approval rating in the Republican Party on Sunday night.

“”Better Off Now” than 4 Years Ago (Gallup) during the Obama/Sleepy Joe Biden Administration,” Trump claimed.

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