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    Twitter's user agreement prohibits "promoting violence" and "making threats." This is a rule. However, the platform has not deleted US President Donald Trump's post reading "Just heard Foreign Minister of North Korea speak at U.N. If he echoes thoughts of Little Rocket Man [Kim Jong-un], they won't be around much longer!" despite public pressure.

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    Twitter tried to justify its decision not to remove the post of discord, citing its alleged "newsworthiness". But social media users were apparently not satisfied with this explanation.

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