Twitter also handed over information about three Russia Today accounts that the U.S. intelligence committee had previously identified as accounts that had allegedly sought to interfere with the election.
The social media company also revealed that RT, a propaganda news site linked to the Kremlin, spent at least $274,100 in USA ads on Twitter.
In a report titled "Russian Interference in 2016 US Election, Bots, & Misinformation", Twitter said it had concluded that, of the 450 or so accounts Facebook tied to a Russian propaganda campaign, 22 of them also had corresponding Twitter accounts. The company said RT-linked accounts spent $274,100 on promoted tweets a year ago - 1,823 of which were pushed by @RT_com, @RT_America and @ActualidadRT and targeted or may have targeted U.S. users. "We've spent years working to identify and remove spammy or malicious accounts and applications...we continue to improve our internal systems to detect and prevent new forms of spam and malicious automation, in real time..." the Twitter blog read. The Twitter's stance on long tweets for Trump comes even as the company now investigates how bots and Russia-linked Twitter profiles manipulated the service to affect the United States presidential polls previous year.
"We know there is a huge appetite for more transparency into how Twitter fights bots and manipulative networks", the post said. The remaining 179 accounts - described as "related or linked" to the 22 accounts - were evaluated and some were suspended for violating the service's rules.
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Facebook has disclosed that Russians created fake accounts and ads that appeared to be the work of American activists to spread discord during the 2016 presidential election.
Colin Crowell, Twitter's vice president of public policy, was among company representatives who met behind closed doors with Senate Intelligence Committee aides.
The charges are so serious that a congressional committee in the U.S. is investigation whether Russian Federation influenced the outcome in the USA presidential polls and in what way.
Unlike on Facebook, Twitter said the accounts it identified were not registered as advertisers.
Moscow denies any such activity and Mr Trump has denied any talk of collusion.