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Twitter has reportedly locked the New York Post's account and disabled the ability for users to link to one of its articles in a tweet or send it via direct message, citing it as "potentially harmful." The article reveals a leaked exchange between Democrat presidential candidate Joe Biden's son, Hunter Biden, and a Ukrainian business executive, in which the executive thanks the former-VP's son for introducing him to his father less than a year before then-VP Joe Biden pressured government officials in Ukraine to fire a prosecutor who was investigating the executive's company. The article presents evidence of a damning link between Joe Biden, his connection with Ukrainian oligarchs and the political influence he exerted as vice president in favor of those connections. "I don't know if the allegations are true – Qs that deserve to be answered." Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) tweeted. "It's a serious news publication raising evidence of corruption at the highest levels." Twitter has reportedly indicated this was done because of a lack of authoritative reporting on where the sourcing material of the article originated, and because it violates Twitter's rules against "distribution of hacked material," according to a NY Post reporter. Read more about this story at Newsbusters' TechWatch.