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Twitter Suspends Trump’s Account Permanently

Twitter Suspends Trump's Account Permanently

The social media site Twitter has permanently closed US President Donald Trump’s account following the Capitol building violence. Twitter said that it has taken this step anticipating further violence in the future.

Twitter said- After close observation of the tweet from Trump’s account, we found out how he was being taken. In view of further danger, we have decided to close their account permanently.

Earlier, Twitter blocked Donald Trump’s account for 12 hours. Also warned that if Trump violates the rules in future, his account will be permanently blocked.

On the day of the violence in the Capitol building, Twitter also asked Trump to delete three tweets that were being cited as the main reason for the violence. Twitter also removed a video of Trump addressing his supporters.

On the day of the violence, veteran social media company Facebook also banned President Donald Trump’s account indefinitely. Facebook chief Mark Zuckerberg said on Thursday that the decision was taken because of his efforts to promote violence in the US capital this week. Earlier, Twitter and Instagram also closed Trump’s accounts on their respective platforms.

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