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Old 17 January 2018, 10:59 AM
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Terrorist organisations and mass murderers also play a critical role in political and public communications (and they're certainly newsworthy) but that doesn't mean their threats get a free platform on Twitter.

I'm not saying Trump is a terrorist or murderer, but I just don't think he should be pardoned from Twitter rules for that reason when, according to that explanation, other types of banned threatening speech should be allowed too.
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