css-14iz86j-BoldText {font size: bold;} Donald Trump has been banned from his Facebook account for at least two weeks – and possibly indefinitely

This means that after the change of power to Joe Biden on Jan. January can post on Facebook and Instagram

The social network originally imposed a 24-hour ban after its supporters attacked the US Capitol

Facebook boss Mark Zuckerberg wrote that the risk of allowing Mr. Trump to post is “simply too great”

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The largest social networks took action against the president’s accounts after the violence

Mr Zuckerberg said Facebook removed the president’s posts “because we judged their effect – and likely their intent – would be to provoke further violence”

The shocking events of the past 24 hours clearly show that President Donald Trump intends to use his remaining ones

He said it was clear that Mr. Trump intended to undermine the transfer of power to President-elect Joe Biden

“Therefore, we are extending the block that we have placed on his Facebook and Instagram accounts indefinitely and for at least the next two weeks until the peaceful change of power is complete,” he wrote

It was said that three tweets had to be removed for “serious violations of our Civic Integrity Policy”

The company said the president’s account would be locked forever if the tweets were not removed

It also says: “Future violations of the Twitter rules will result in the @ realDonaldTrump account being permanently blocked”

The 12-hour timer on Mr. Trump’s account has expired, but he hasn’t tweeted again

But his account now states that three of his tweets “are no longer available because [they] broke his rules”

The platform only uses this special notice in cases in which account holders have deleted the post themselves

This indicates that Mr. Trump or one of his employees has taken the necessary steps to restore the account

When asked if it had extended its original 12-hour block, a Twitter spokeswoman said, “We are continuing to assess the situation in real time, including investigating on-site activity and what Twitter said we are going to public Keep informed even if further escalation of our enforcement approach is needed “

Dan Scavino, Social Media Director at the White House, used his own account to post a statement on behalf of the President

“Even if I do not agree with the election result at all and the facts confirm me, it will be on 20 January still give an orderly transition, “quoted Trump

“I’ve always said we would continue our fight to make sure only legal votes are counted. While this marks the end of the greatest first term in the history of the president, it is only the beginning of our fight to make America great again to do! “

Snapchat also blocked Mr Trump from creating new posts, but didn’t say if or when the ban would end, YouTube also removed the video

His supporters stormed the US government headquarters and clashed with the police, resulting in the death of a woman

Prior to the violence, President Trump told supporters on the National Mall in Washington that the elections had been stolen

Hours later, as violence increased both inside and outside the US Capitol, he was videotaped and reiterated the false claim

He said “I love you” to the protesters and described the people who stormed the Capitol complex as “patriots”

Twitter initially did not remove the video, but removed the option to retweet, like and comment as well as another tweet

YouTube already had a policy on removing fake news about mass electoral fraud that was applied to the president

Facebook said it was looking for and removing content that sparked or aided the storm on Capitol Hill

The business operated by the Trump campaign and the Trump organization has gone offline According to their rules, retailers were prohibited from supporting those who encouraged violence

“As a result, we have closed stores associated with President Trump,” the Wall Street Journal told

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