Facebook and Twitter Block Trump’s Accounts

Social media outlets, Facebook and Twitter, have both blocked United States President, Donald Trump, from accessing the sites, after he made posts to his supporters while the attack on the White House and the Capitol Hill lasted.

Some people scale the wall.

Trump has refused to concede defeat after the November 3rd polls resulted in Joe Biden emerging as the new United States President.

Trump has since been tweeting and making posts on how how the elections were a fraud. He continued with such antics yesterday, when he posted a video on Twitter during an attack on the Senate Building.

Smoke rise at the United States Senate Building.

In the video, he said “I love you” before telling them to go home. He also repeated claims about election fraud, something Twitter consider as false.

Twitter said it required the removal of three tweets for “severe violations of our Civic Integrity policy.”

The company said the president’s account would remain locked for good if the tweets were not removed.

Government security forces hold off hoodlums.

It went on to say that “Future violations of the Twitter Rules… will result in permanent suspension of the @realDonaldTrump account.”

On their part, Facebook, YouTube and Instagram have also temporarily banned accounts connected to the President.

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