American President Donald J. Trump has been banned permanently from Facebook, Instagram and Twitter over violent-inciting comments that will not help the current state of America after the elections.
According to reports from Facebook and Twitter , the outgoing president has been cautioned of false accusations and possible violence inciting comments over the past few months.
It is also believed that these comments from the outgoing president resulted in the attack on capitol a few days ago .
Twitter and Facebook decided to ban him after months of escalating tensions between President Donald Trump and the social media companies. They finally decided this week that the president has crossed the line.
On Wednesday, after Trump incited a mob of his supporters, thousands of them violently stormed the US Capitol, where Congress was voting to certify the results of the election, in an attempted insurrection that left five dead.
Though Trump posted a video briefly denouncing the violence, he then continued to use social media platforms to praise his supporters and once again repeat debunked conspiracy theories about the election.
Twitter and Facebook, both of which have policies against inciting violence, undermining democratic processes, and spreading election misinformation, decided that – given the impact that the president’s comments were having and continue to have – they would no longer let him use their platforms.
Twitter suspended Trump’s personal account, @realDonaldTrump, permanently, citing “the risk of further incitement of violence.” Facebook and Instagram suspended Trump “indefinitely and for at least the next two weeks until the peaceful transition of power is complete.”