Shortly after that, Twitter highlighted another tweet for violating its rules against glorifying violence when Mr Trump tweeted that "when the looting starts, the shooting starts", a reference to protests against police brutality and racism in Minneapolis.
It was the first time the social giant had taken action to remove content posted by the president based on its coronavirus-misinformation policy, but not the first time it has penalised Mr Trump over content on his page. Twitter told Fox News that the video must be removed from the Trump campaign's account before it can tweet again.
It was the first time Facebook has removed a post by the president for violating its policies on COVID-19 misinformation. My account was locked for quoting and fact-checking Trump, and I was forced to delete this tweet.
In response to the removal, the Trump campaign has accused Facebook of exhibiting a "flagrant bias". Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook's chief executive, has said the social network is not an arbiter of truth and that it is in the public's interest to see what political leaders post - even if they include falsehoods by politicians like Trump. The Trump and Biden campaigns did not immediately respond to requests for comment.
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DONALD TRUMP: Children handle it very well.
A recent NPR/Ipsos poll published this week found that 82 percent of teachers said they were concerned about returning to school this year, and two-thirds said they would prefer to teach remotely.
A growing number of U.S. school districts have opted however against in-person classes come September, opting to remain online-only until the pandemic has abated. But this is not the same as being "virtually immune" to the virus. "Children nearly certainly DO transmit COVID-19", Alasdair Munro, a researcher who helped author the report, tweeted on April 30.
The study authors said the true percentage is likely much lower still, since many children with mild or no symptoms would not have been tested at all.
A recent report by Oxford University researchers found disinformation and conspiracy theories spread by leading media outlets from Russian Federation and China, as well as from Iran and Turkey - all of which are state-controlled or closely aligned to regimes in power.
Mr Trump last week unleashed a burst of misleading medical speculation, criticism for his own top virus expert and praise for an eccentric preacher-doctor touting conspiracy theories.