Twitter permanently suspends President Donald Trump

Twitter permanently suspends President Donald Trump

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Twitter permanently suspends President Donald Trump

Twitter announced the permanent suspension of President Trump’s account on Friday, after months of reporting his tweets with warnings – and days off work after the company said it violated its policies.

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The move comes days after the platform closed Trump’s account for the first time this week, saying that the number of tweets surrounding the unrest and violent protests at the Capitol building on Wednesday were exciting.

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Twitter permanently suspends President Donald Trump
Twitter permanently suspends President Donald Trump

“After carefully reviewing the recent tweets from the realDonaldTrump account and the context surrounding them – specifically how they were received and interpreted on Twitter and outside of it – we have permanently suspended the account due to the risk of further incitement to violence,” the company wrote in a blog post.

Twitter permanently suspends President Donald Trump

Twitter permanently suspends President Donald Trump
Twitter permanently suspends President Donald Trump

Yesterday, the American network “NBC” published a draft of impeachment of US President Donald Trump, saying that “the president was involved in major crimes by inciting a rebellion.”

The draft drafted by the Democratic members of the House of Representatives states that “the president deliberately made statements that encouraged illegal action at the Congress building,” and that “he will continue to be a threat if he is allowed to remain in office.”

Twitter permanently suspends President Donald Trump

The document calls for “Trump to be held accountable based on one clause, which is incitement to rebellion,” noting that Trump has presented American security and government institutions to a “great danger.”

She added that Trump “threatened the integrity of the democratic system, interfered with a peaceful transfer of power, exposed a sector of government to danger, and betrayed the trust in his capacity as president.”

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