Twitter claimed the tweet did not break its rules on coronavirus misinformation at the time because of the context in which it was posted. Twitter required his Team Trump campaign account to delete a tweet with the same video, blocking it from tweeting in the interim, the Washington Post reported.
Twitter said at the time that some of the account's functionality, including the ability to tweet, would be restricted for 12 hours.
What did Trump say in his TV interview?
"I'm talking about [being immune] from getting very sick", Trump said. They may get it, but they get it and it doesn't have much of an impact on them. Trump added children "don't have a problem, they just don't have a problem". "It will go away like things go away".
About 300 children have contracted a rare inflammatory disease due to covid-19 called multisystem inflammatory syndrome, and six have died.
"If you look at the numbers, in terms of mortality, fatalities. for children under a certain age. their immune systems are very, very strong and very powerful". Facebook removed a similar post from its platform.
She accused Silicon Valley of being biased against the President and said "social media companies are not the arbiters of truth".
It also took down campaign ads in June that featured a red inverted triangle, a Nazi symbol to identify political prisoners, for violating its hate policy.
Donald Trump Jr. had his Twitter access restricted last month after he shared a video with doctors making claims about hydroxychloroquine.
A link to Trump's post now diverts to a page that says, 'This Content isn't Available Right Now'.
Some schools in the United States have already reopened.
The claims arose during discussions about the reopening of schools in the US.
St Andrew's Episcopal School said in a letter to parents it would opt instead for virtual learning to protect the health of students, families and staff. In Mississippi, 116 students have been sent home to quarantine after six students and one staff member tested positive in a newly reopened school in the city of Corinth.
Ruel said the word "immunity" is incorrect in this context but that children, especially younger ones, are less of a risk than adults.
Other students who had come within 6ft of the patient for more than 15 minutes were sent home to self-isolate for 14 days. Here's what you need to know as you start your day.