President Donald Trump wears a mask as he walks down the corridor throughout his see to Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in Bethesda. (Image: AP)
The post in concern was a video of a Trump interview on Fox News Channel uploaded by the Trump project on Wednesday.
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Social media giant Facebook, for the very first time, has removed a post from US President Donald Trump in which he declared that children were “practically immune” to COVID-19, saying it breached its policy against spreading out “false information” about the unique coronavirus.
The post in question was a video clip of a Trump interview on Fox News Channel published by the Trump project on Wednesday.
In June, Facebook got rid of advertisements that the Trump campaign posted that featured a sign Nazis utilized to classify political detainees throughout World War II.
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