With less than two weeks to go before the presidential election, the Secret Service is asking Twitter users to report threatening tweets against politicians.
The Secret Service recently issued a statement on their Twitter page asking users “to report a tweet that concerns you, call the nearest field office in your state.”
The Secret Service opened their twitter account over a year ago, but doesn't maintain any other known social media accounts, reports RT.com.
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Twitter users posted 6.5 million tweets during the third presidential debate on Monday, and a few contained death threats against President Obama and GOP presidential nominee Mitt Romney.