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Following the recent attack on the US Capitol, US President Donal Trump was banned “indefinitely” from Facebook (or at least until after the Inauguration Day). The decision was made to prevent the President from inciting any further trouble, Zuckerberg explained.
Infamous for his tweets, it came as no surprise that Twitter was next to permanently ban Donald Trump from the platform, along with his associated campaign Twitter accounts.
Other social platforms and sites quickly followed suit, leaving Trump banned in some shape or form from Reddit, Twitch, YouTube, Snapchat, Instagram, Discord, Shopify, Pinterest, Stipe and TikTok (yes, the same TikTok that trump tried to ban earlier in the year).
We enjoyed this tweet from @jxeker regarding Trump’s ban from Pinterest:
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