President Trump early Wednesday accused political opponents of trying to “STEAL the Election” in a tweet that was flagged by the social media giant due to their “civic integrity policy.”
Trump also declared a “big WIN” for his campaign, and teased a further statement as the votes trickled in.
“We will never let them do it. Votes cannot be cast after the Poles [sic] are closed!” added Trump, including a typo he later amended.
Moments after the initial tweet about Democrats trying to “STEAL” the election, Twitter flagged the post with a warning for making a “potentially misleading claim about an election.”
Trump also said that he would follow Biden in addressing the American people early Wednesday.
“I will be making a statement tonight,” he wrote. “A big WIN!”