Is Trump family voting by mail? POTUS' rant dubbed ‘misleading’ after Ivanka-Jared Kushner's photo goes viral

Twitter flagged the tweet, 'Some or all of the content shared in this Tweet is disputed and might be misleading about how to participate in an election or another civic process'


                            Is Trump family voting by mail? POTUS' rant dubbed ‘misleading’ after Ivanka-Jared Kushner's photo goes viral
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By now most of America has been told how important it is to vote – not just by the candidates but by so many celebrities who have voiced their strong opinions over the past few months. Due to the pandemic, a lot of voters opted for the mail-in voting choice. Now, with just a few days left for November 3, both President Donald Trump and Democratic nominee Joe Biden are going all out to convince voters.

On October 24, as reported by NPR, Trump went to Florida's Palm Beach County to cast his ballot. He told reporters, "I voted for a guy named Trump.” He also said, “It was a very secure vote, much more secure than when you send in a ballot.” He has been a harsh critique of the mail-in voting system.

However, an August ABC News report states, the president and his wife were sent ballots for the statewide primary election in Florida, according to the Palm Beach County Supervisor of Elections. The report also states that they also voted by mail-in ballot during Florida's presidential primary in March, according to election records.

On October 26, Trump tweeted, “Big problems and discrepancies with Mail-In Ballots all over the USA. Must have final total on November 3rd.”

Twitter flagged the tweet: “Some or all of the content shared in this Tweet is disputed and might be misleading about how to participate in an election or another civic process.” There was also a link which said: ‘Learn how voting by mail is safe and secure’.



 

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On the other hand, Ivanka Trump tweeted a photo of her and her husband posing with mail-in ballots. The photo also features POTUS seated at his desk. Ivanka tweeted, “I’ll give you one guess who we’re voting for???” However, it cannot be confirmed if they actually voted via mail or not.



 

Both these tweets got a lot of reactions on Twitter. One asked Trump, “Sure. Let's start with throwing out Ivanka and Jared's. Or were those not the mail-in ballots you were talking about?” One commented, “@IvankaTrump Ivanka & Jared use "mail-in" to vote. In effect, promoting it. Aw, aren't they cute. Let's hope daddy @realDonaldTrump is right & their votes are changed to the #BidenHarris2020Landslide.” One user questioned, “So mail ballots are fine for you, but bad for everyone else?”  One alleged, “Jared and Ivanka posted a photo of themselves with their main-in ballots. Want to bet they then show up to vote in person so they can show “fraud” in mail-in ballots and this as proof of people voting twice.” Another tweeted, “Everyone remember that photo of Ivanka and Jared with their mail-in ballots the second Trump starts complaining about mail-in ballots. Put it everywhere. He doesn't get to claim fraud -- and he will, trust me -- while his own spawn vote that way (and there's no evidence).” One user stated, “Damn @realDonaldTrump pinned with another false information notification! Don’t let Trump scare you; make sure you vote either by mail-in ballot or in person! He’s lying once again! DONALD J TRUMP SR & JR ARE GOING TO JAIL WITH IVANKA, JARED AND ERIC!”

Social media users backed the "false information alert" notification by Twitter and slammed the Trumps' further. 



 



 



 



 



 



 

Earlier this month, another tweet of his was flagged. He had tweeted, “A total and complete sign off from White House Doctors yesterday. That means I can’t get it (immune), and can’t give it. Very nice to know!!!” The tweet of his was labeled as “misleading” by Twitter. It was written, “This Tweet violated the Twitter Rules about spreading misleading and potentially harmful information related to COVID-19. However, Twitter has determined that it may be in the public’s interest for the tweet to remain accessible.”

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