Twitter administration banned from liking Trump’s posts

Twitter administration banned from liking Trump's posts

The administration of the social network has noted that the ban on the selection of the likes mark in relation to the publications of the current US President Donald Trump was introduced inadvertently.

It is noted that for some time Twitter users could not put a mark like under the publications of the current head of the White House. This was reported by The Hill.

“We inadvertently took steps to limit the ability to respond to a tagged tweet. The tweet can now be responded to,” a spokesperson said.

The publication noted that users could not like the president’s posts for at least an hour.

In February, Twitter began marking posts with inaccurate information or signs of manipulation. Trump, whose posts were often subject to this censorship, accused the social network of interfering in the election.