Facebook said it would take down videos of a recent interview in which Trump urged North Carolina residents to vote twice to test the state’s vote-by-mail system if the posts did not “correct the record” about voter fraud.
A Facebook spokesperson said in a statement that video of the remarks “violates our policies prohibiting voter fraud” and will be removed “unless it is shared to correct the record.”
The action will apply to posts that share the video without any context or that express support for Trump’s remarks. The company said it had not yet identified any such videos.
Yesterday Twitter applied warning labels to Trump’s tweets about voting twice.