Google, which owns YouTube, has suspended President Donald Trump from that platform for a “minimum” of one week, citing a “potential for violence” from his posts and comments.
Comments will be indefinitely disabled on Trump channel posts, and new content was removed temporarily during the suspension.
The channel now has its first “strike;” three strikes within 90 days will result in the channel being permanently deleted from the site.
Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Google, Apple, and Amazon have all accused Trump of “inciting violence” with his posts; Twitter has permanently banned him from that platform.
Many of these platforms have also moved to ban and remove other conservative content and users; Amazon removed free speech Twitter alternative Parler from its cloud servers, and the site is still completely inaccessible to users.
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