Social media sites have constantly monitored and flagged numerous posts by President Trump citing some of them to be in violation of electoral norms.
Social media sites like Twitter, Facebook, and Google have labeled his claims as inappropriate and flagged them as misleading.
Trump had prematurely claimed victory in the 2020 Presidential Elections even when the counting was on. Facebook added a notification at the top of Facebook and Instagram feeds, saying there was no winner yet. Similarly, Twitter had also placed restrictions on Trump and his campaign members by naming the same post as a potentially misleading claim.
Recently Google said that it would begin removing content promoting conspiracy theories by president Trump. Twitter went further and prevented users from liking and replying to a series of tweets by Trump in which he again claimed that the November elections were stolen from him.
The feud between Trump and social media companies has only escalated as Trump perceives it as biased political censorship by social media platforms.