Twitter has restricted a tweet from President Trump as possibly "misleading about an election or other civic process" and issued a warning over it.

The social media platform urged users to lean accurate information about the election.

Trump tweeted after Joe Biden took the stage in Delaware to urge patience as the vote counting process continued.

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Taking to Twitter, Trump wrote: "We are up big, but they are trying to steal the election.

"We will never let them do it. Votes cannot be cast after the Polls are closed."

Trump often made unsubstantiated claims about vote "stealing" during the campaign.

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During his tweet he also spelled "polls" incorrectly typing "Poles"

He also said he will be making a statement soon.