Citing the President for posting ‘misinformation about Coronavirus’ Facebook and Twitter removed from Trump’s official account a Fox News interview clip where he falsely claimed children are ‘almost immune’ from COVID.

In the clip, Trump argues schools should open, saying “If you look at children, children are almost — and I would almost say definitely — but almost immune from this disease,” and that they have stronger immune systems.

While Twitter has flagged and removed Trump’s Twitter posts before and even blocked even his son Donald Trump Jr. from tweeting for 12 hours for breaking its coronavirus misinformation rules, this marks the first time FB has taken action.
Facebook’s Zuckerberg has been under pressure to flag or remove posts that incite violence or attempt to suppress voting so this signals a new direction for the social media giant.
Naturally, the Trump campaign has accused Facebook and Twitter of displaying ‘flagrant bias’ against the president, saying he was ‘stating a fact’ in the shared video, which ALL medical experts refute.