Why Twitter users are calling for Twitter to stop censoring Donald Trump

A wave of social media users are demanding that Twitter remove all mentions of Donald Trump from the platform.

The Twitter users on the list are calling on the company to remove the tweets of the president-elect because they say they are racist, sexist, xenophobic, and anti-American.

Many users say that Trump has a history of racism and xenophobia, as well as being a racist, misogynist, and xenophobic candidate.

One user on Twitter, @Bogdan, wrote that Trump was “just a racist asshole.”

He said that Trump supporters on the social media platform are “trying to silence us with this hashtag.”

A spokesperson for Twitter said that it was aware of the calls for the removal of Trump’s tweets and that the company would consider those concerns.

But they said that if the user does not remove the tweet within 24 hours, it will not be removed.

“This is the third time we have seen a user calling for removal of this type of content, but this time the company is taking action to do so,” said the spokesperson.

The hashtag #NotMyPresident was trending on Twitter after the user started a Change.org petition to have Twitter remove the posts.

Many of the users are people who have been following the candidate on Twitter for a long time.

“I don’t have time to get angry at a candidate.

I’m not angry,” one user said.

Another user, @jessica_santorum, said that she is voting for Hillary Clinton because she believes that Trump is the only person who can fix our broken country.

“He is the first candidate who has a plan to fix our country, to restore trust in our government and restore our country to its rightful place,” she said.

“Trump’s plan to take away the guns from law-abiding Americans, to build a wall to stop illegal immigration and to make sure we keep our borders secure is what I would support.”

Another user on the petition, @peterkulik, said he would support Trump if he were the president, but that he wouldn’t vote for him because he does not share the same views as Trump.

“For example, I don’t think Trump wants to cut taxes, he wants to make a massive investment in infrastructure, he does support free trade,” he said.

He said he supports the Second Amendment, which protects the right to bear arms.

Another Twitter user, who has been following Trump since 2012, said the candidate has a record of racist and sexist remarks.

“If a person is racist, homophobic, sexist and has a long history of misogynistic, racist and xenophobic remarks, he’s probably not going to be able to win the general election,” he wrote.

“And even if he does win the election, that will be because of the racist, racist, xenophobia rhetoric he spewed during the campaign.”

Twitter declined to comment on the requests from the users.

A Twitter spokesperson told The Washington Post that the platform would be “reviewing all of our policies and processes to better serve our users.”

Twitter also released a statement saying that the campaign’s message is “not our mission” and that Trump did not speak for us.

Twitter did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

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