However, the officials gave no further details on the order itself.
The issue erupted on May 26, when a few posts of the American president on Twitter concerning possible falsifications during elections in California on mail were marked by Twitter as those containing misleading information.
Nevertheless, yesterday, on May 27, a three-judge panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals in Washington upheld the dismissal of a lawsuit by a conservative group and right-wing YouTube personality against Google, Facebook, Twitter and Apple accusing them of conspiring to suppress conservative political views.
As we reported earlier, U.S. President Donald Trump rejected U.S. intelligence warnings that Russia would interfere in the 2020 US presidential election.
"Democrats are launching yet another disinformation campaign in Congress, claiming that Russia prefers me instead of one of the Democratic loafers who are still unable to count their votes in Iowa in two weeks," the U.S. president said.