Trump declared that mail-in ballots are fraudulent, which led Twitter to include links in the tweets redirecting users to a page with facts on the issue. This was the first time Twitter has labeled Trump's tweets as being misleading, and he was quick to respond, claiming that the company is "completely stifling FREE SPEECH, and I, as President, will not allow it to happen!"
Twitter did not delete any of his tweets, despite calls to do so by people directly affected by his messages, nor did the company ban his account. In a statement, a Twitter spokesperson said his tweets "contain potentially misleading information about the voting process and have been labeled to provide additional context." Trump dismissed Twitter's fact checking, saying the research was conducted by "Fake News CNN and the Amazon Washington Post." Catherine Garcia
Stormy Daniels, the porn star who has alleged that she had an affair with President Trump, is releasing a book of her own Oct. 2, she announced Wednesday on The View. The book, titled Full Disclosure, will reveal even more details about her alleged affair with Trump while also delving into her personal life and career in the adult film industry.
Daniels clarified that her debut book has been in the works for 10 years and didn't simply come about because of the intense interest in her relationship with the president. She revealed that she even test-read a few chapters three years ago at an erotic convention. "I just sort of melded everything together," Daniels said on The View. "I've kept notebooks of the adventures I've had on the road and in strip clubs and stuff. It will blow your mind."
News of the alleged affair between Trump and Daniels broke in January, and has since turned into a messy legal battle. Trump has denied having any intimate relationship with Daniels. Watch a clip from her interview on The View below. Amari Pollard