OREANDA-NEWSThe social network Twitter will continue to tag messages that may contain inaccurate information. This was announced on Thursday by the head of the company, Jack Dorsey, on his page on the social network amid a scandal with US President Donald Trump.

On Wednesday, the head of the White House publicly threatened to move to a tougher regulation of social networks in the US if they continue to "drown out the voices of conservatives." He made this statement after one of his Twitter posts was marked with a special sign warning readers that the information contained in the recording may be false and requires additional verification.

Thus, the social network responded to the president’s statements that the Democrats, by sending out voting ballots by mail to the residents of several states at the upcoming presidential elections in November, are trying to create conditions for fraud.