A company spokesman was quoted as saying, “Twitter’s approach to world leaders, candidates, and public officials is based on the principle that people should see what their leaders are saying with a clear context. This means that We can put warnings and labels and restrict people’s access to certain tweets. This policy framework applies to current world leaders and office candidates, not ordinary citizens when they have lost their positions. “
This change will apply to Trump’s personal account. Trump tweeted or retweeted about 37 times since the vote count began on November 3, and Twitter issued a warning at 13. This suggests that some or all of the content about Trump’s election is controversial and possibly misleading.