Neil Cavuto says Trump should 'be careful what he wishes for' in signing social media executive order

On Thursday afternoon, President Trump signed an executive order targeting social media companies in response to Twitter fact-checking two of his tweets in which he posted potentially false or misleading information about mail-in voting just a couple days earlier. In the tweets, Trump claimed that mail-in ballots would be wrought with fraud, including forged ballots and millions of unregistered voters in California receiving ballots, all unsubstantiated. Fox News’s Neil Cavuto, as he tends to do, called out the president and agreed that Twitter was right to fact-check Trump.