Twitter has deleted a video of the Trump campaign to pay tribute to George Floyd over a copyright claim, the latest escalation in a showdown between the social media platform and its most influential user.
The @TeamTrump account tweeted a video collage of images and clips depicting peaceful protests, moments of mourning, and law enforcement officers hugging civilians over the murder of African-American man George Floyd , while he was in police custody.
Accompanied by a soft piano soundtrack and US President Donald Trump’s “Healing, Not Hate” speech, he urged Americans to unite.
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