Anyone looking at President Donald Trump’s tweets will see an advisory from Twitter before they see one of his Sunday morning messages.

"This tweet violated the Twitter Rules about civic and election integrity," the label reads. "However, Twitter has determined that it may be in the public’s interest for the tweet to remain accessible."

So what did he say? Twitter took issue with Trump’s latest claims about mail-in ballots.

“So now the Democrats are using Mail Drop Boxes, which are a voter security disaster. Among other things, they make it possible for a person to vote multiple times,” he wrote. “Also, who controls them, are they placed in Republican or Democrat areas? They are not Covid sanitized. A big fraud!”

Twitter Safety explained that the notice was due to the claim that drop boxes were unsanitized, seemingly trying to scare voters away.

“We placed a public interest notice on this Tweet for violating our Civic Integrity Policy for making misleading health claims that could potentially dissuade people from participation in voting,” the account stated.

Trump has previously expressed his disdain for social media giants flagging his posts. He even signed an executive order calling for new provisions to be made to the Telecommunications Act of 1996, the act allowing social media companies to regulate what is posted.

The 45th President of the United States claimed that he would happily delete his Twitter “if we had a fair press in this country.”

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U.S. President Donald Trump is pictured here. AFP/Brendan Smialowski