President Donald Trump holds up a copy of the New York Post before signing an executive order related to regulating social media on May 28 in the Oval Office. | Doug Mills-Pool/Getty Images
100,000 Americans have died of the coronavirus, and Trump is worried about a fact-check on Twitter.
There is a lot going on right now, to say the least — a global pandemic, an economic recession, millions of people without jobs, riots over police murdering a black man in Minnesota. And yet, the president is in a tizzy over a label Twitter put on two of his tweets.
President Donald Trump, who has spent recent days online pushing a conspiracy theory about a former staffer of a television host he doesn’t like, has spun into a rage after Twitter for the first time added a fact-check label to two of his tweets