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The prime minister is reportedly shocked by the aftermath of the US presidential election, which saw Twitter post warnings on more than 300,000 tweets. Among them were several President Trump who repeatedly claimed, without providing conclusive evidence, that the election was rigged against him.

According to the Mail on Sunday, Johnson is concerned that tech giants may also try to “watch” British political figures.

As a result, he is considering adding amendments to the Online Damages Bill, which is currently making its way through Parliament.

Speaking to the Mail, a source said the hope is “to reduce the ability of a group of awake California residents to intervene in the UK”.

Many of the tweets that Trump posted on November 28 were accompanied by either “This allegation of election fraud is disputed” or “Multiple sources described these elections differently.”

Boris Johnson is said to be concerned about tech companies “awakened in California” (Image: Getty)


“Boris did not like what he saw in the US election.” (Image: Getty)

Clicking either will get information about the integrity of the US election.

The first caveat says: “fraud of any kind of voter is extremely rare in the United States, according to the Associated Press and Reuters.

Election officials at the Department of Homeland Security said, “The November 3 election was the safest in American history.

US officials assert that foreign governments try to influence the US elections, but the interference of foreign governments is mostly limited to waging disinformation campaigns.

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Donald Trump continues to claim that the election was rigged against him (Image: Getty)

However, Johnson is said to be concerned that similar messages could be sent to him.

A source commented, saying: “Boris did not like what he saw in the US elections and asked for more time to consider how to avoid the same thing happening to him in the future.”

They added that the relevant policy documents “are in the Boris box and will likely remain there even after Christmas.”

Facebook and Instagram also added electoral warnings while counting voters.

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Joe Biden is now the elected president of the United States (Image: Getty)

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Donald Trump plays golf after his election defeat (Image: Getty)

Both platforms feature a message that states: “The winner in the 2020 US Presidential Election has not yet been predicted.

“Watch more updates and learn what to expect as the election process continues.”

Joe Biden, now the president-elect, described President Trump’s allegations of election fraud as an “embarrassment.”

The Trump campaign launched a number of legal challenges against the results, but so far it has not changed the outcome in one state.

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Trump supporters protest against what they claim is a rigged election (Image: Getty)

All states that scored close in the 2020 presidential race have paper records per vote, allowing the ability to go back and count each ballot if needed.

“This is an added benefit of security and flexibility. This process allows for any errors or errors to be identified and corrected.

“There is no evidence that any voting system has been deleted or lost, or votes changed, or endangered in any way.”

World leaders, such as British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and German Chancellor Angela Merkel, extended their congratulations to Biden.

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