Twitter suspends Trump account permanently | Digital

Ruben Fields
January 21, 2021

Trump also claimed his lawsuits challenging the election results "was to ensure the integrity of the vote".

The post says a suspension of all advertising related to USA politics remains in place, as does the indefinite suspension of Trump's Facebook account.

Facebook has announced that it would to remove all the contents from its platform that contains the phrase "stop the steal", which used by the supporters of outgoing U.S. President Donald Trump to allege election fraud. "But based on the law and based on what the law defines, not based on the resolution of social media platforms and from that point of view".

The company said after reviewing Trump's account in the context of the riot at the Capitol on Wednesday, it was concerned about two tweets he sent Friday that Twitter said could incite violence.

According to United States media outlets, word of Pence " s intention to watch Biden take his oath of office in person spread after the first major break between him and Trump - when the Vice President defied the President by performing his constitutional duty to certify the November 3 election results. "His decision to use his platform to condone rather than condemn the actions of his supporters at the Capitol building has rightly disturbed people in the USA and around the world".

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Although Donald Trump is now back on Twitter, Facebook, on the other hand, has imposed an indefinite suspension on Trump's account for the same posts.

Three people died from medical issues, one woman was shot dead, and now a police officer has died of his injuries sustained in the battle.

And in another move from Big Tech, the payment processing company Stripe cut ties with the Trump campaign, which has continued to fundraise, saying it violated its policies against encouraging violence.

The social media platform's decision comes days before Trump leaves office and well after a good deal of damage that culminated in a deadly insurrection by his followers at the U.S. Capitol earlier this week had been done.

Mr Kinzinger said: "The president is unfit". We have taken down things that Don Junior has said. It stated the things very prominently, "However, we made it clear going back years that these accounts are not above our rules and can not use Twitter to incite violence".

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