- Trump is forever banned on Snapchat
- Decision taken after Capitol Hills violence
- Many platforms have banned Trump
US President Donald Trump has been banned on several social media platforms following the Capitol Hills Violence on January 6 in the US Parliament House Capitol Hills. On Wednesday, the social networking app Snapchat banned Trump forever. Snapchat said that the company has taken this decision in view of the protest against Trump. The impeachment motion has also been passed against Trump on the last day. 10 Republican lawmakers have supported the impeachment motion.
Snapchat feared that Donald Trump could use his account to create more unrest during the next US President Joe Biden’s power transfer program, so his account was banned forever. Last week, Snapchat suspended Trump’s account indefinitely.
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The social networking app said, “In the interest of public safety and based on his (Donald Trump’s) efforts to spread misinformation, hate speech and violence, which is a clear violation of our guidelines, we have his account It has been decided to close it permanently.
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After being banned on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, Amazon, Apple, Google and YouTube, Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton on Wednesday asked these companies why Trump should not be allowed to remain on their platforms. Paxton has asked companies to share their security policies as well.
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