Donald Trump officially kicks off his 2020 re-election campaign with a rally in Orlando. The event comes during a week where the president backtracks on a statement that he might not tell the FBI about offers of dirt on his opponents and his adversarial press secretary announces her resignation.
YouTube says it's banning hateful and extremist speech from neo-Nazis, white supremacists and terrorists. But that's a tough task. And in the past few days, the social media giant has also taken down videos -- at least temporarily -- from people fighting hate speech by quoting some of the perpetrators. Is the solution to bad speech really less speech?