Donald 's 'surprise ballot dumps' tweet flagged as 'misleading'

Four of Donald 's tweets have been labeled 'misleading' by Twitter since polls closed early Wednesday, with the incumbent decrying the vote count and blaming 'surprise ballot dumps' on the evaporation of his overnight lead. 

took to social media just after 10am ET this morning, proclaiming: 'Last night I was leading, often solidly, in many key States, in almost all instances Democrat run & controlled.

'Then, one by one, they started to magically disappear as surprise ballot dumps were counted. VERY STRANGE, and the 'pollsters' got it completely & historically wrong!'

Twitter wasted no time flagging 's tweet with the message: 'Some or all of the content shared in this Tweet is disputed and might be misleading about an election or other civic process.' 

Facebook also flagged the same post, but its message was more vague: 'Final results may be different than initial vote counts, as ballot counting will continue for days or weeks.' 

Twitter wasted no time flagging Trump's tweet with the message: 'Some or all of the content shared in this Tweet is disputed and might be misleading about an election or other civic process'

Twitter wasted no time flagging 's tweet with the message: 'Some or all of the content shared in this Tweet is disputed and might be misleading about an election or other civic process'

Facebook posted a warning on one of Trump's posts with the same message

Facebook posted a warning on one of 's posts with the same message

also cast doubt on the process of counting remaining ballots during an early morning speech from the White House, in which he also prematurely declared victory.

The speech drew widespread rebuke from news pundits, politicians and even some of his supports, such as ABC News Analyst Chris Christie, who called 's untimely victory lap a 'bad' decision.

At the time he was making the controversial speech, was holding a slim lead in Wisconsin and Michigan, two key swing states that were once part of the so-called 'Great Blue Wall', having once been a Democratic safe haven.

But in the hours since, as more mail in ballots have been tallied, Biden now has won Wisconsin and holds a narrow one-point lead in Michigan.

In response, the president tweeted again after 10am on Wednesday, asking his followers: 'How come every time they count Mail-In ballot dumps they are so devastating in their percentage and power of destruction?'

He followed the post up with a second tweet, written in capital letters, that read: 'WHAT IS THIS ALL ABOUT'.

The second thread of tweets was also flagged by Twitter, bearing the same message that the post may contain misleading information about an election.

As was an addition tweet, posted Wednesday afternoon, in which renewed his criticism of the vote count.

'They are working hard to make up 500,000 vote advantage in Pennsylvania disappear — ASAP. Likewise, Michigan and others!,' he blasted in the since censored tweet.

Facebook has taken similar steps to label misleading or unfounded claims made by in his posts to the platform. 

Though, rather than eclipsing the post entirely with it's disclaimer as Twitter has often done, instead Facebook has a attached a small message beneath all of his posts, reiterating the 'strict' rules all election officials abide by, and reminding users that results will take longer to determine this year because of mail-in voting. 

In one such post, in which sarcastically quipped that it 'looks like Michigan has found the ballots necessary to keep' John James out of the Senate, Facebook assured in a message beneath: 'Election officials follow strict rules when it comes to ballot counting, handling and reporting.'

The president tweeted again after 10am on Wednesday, asking his followers: 'How come every time they count Mail-In ballot dumps they are so devastating in their percentage and power of destruction?'

The president tweeted again after 10am on Wednesday, asking his followers: 'How come every time they count Mail-In ballot dumps they are so devastating in their percentage and power of destruction?'

The second thread of tweets was also flagged by Twitter, bearing the same message that the post may contain misleading information about an election

The second thread of tweets was also flagged by Twitter, bearing the same message that the post may contain misleading information about an election

Facebook has taken similar steps to label misleading or unfounded claims made by Trump in his posts to the platform. Though, rather than eclipsing the post entirely with it's disclaimer as Twitter has often done, instead Facebook has a attached a small message beneath all of his posts, reiterating the 'strict' rules all election officials abide by

Facebook has taken similar steps to label misleading or unfounded claims made by in his posts to the platform. Though, rather than eclipsing the post entirely with it's disclaimer as Twitter has often done, instead Facebook has a attached a small message beneath all of his posts, reiterating the 'strict' rules all election officials abide by

Trump also cast doubt on the process of counting remaining ballots during an early morning speech from the White House, in which he also prematurely declared victory

also cast doubt on the process of counting remaining ballots during an early morning speech from the White House, in which he also prematurely declared victory

The first of 's four censored posts came almost immediately after the final polls closed in Alaska, just after 1am ET.  

In the post, made unfounded claims that Democrats were attempting to 'steal' the election. 

'We are up BIG, but they are trying to STEAL the Election. We will never let them do it.' 

He also suggested that states are accepting late ballots, adding: 'Votes cannot be cast after the Polls are closed!'

The tweet was flagged 'misleading' within minutes. It was also slapped with a disclaimer on Facebook.

The posts appeared to be in direct response to a dramatic statement Joe Biden made minutes

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