On Friday, Facebook made an official announcement regarding the suspension of the social media account of Donald Trump. The statement issued states Trump will not be able to use his social media handle up until the 7th of January, 2023 in the care minimum. This assures that the former President won’t be allowed to access the leading social networking company for a span of two years since banned. Facebook further said that the circumstances will have to be assessed before he should be allowed to be back on.
A tab on the instances of striking a deliberate rage of violence among the masses along with limitations on the peaceful congregation is to be kept. Donald Trump enjoyed a massive following of ten million followers on the network. However, this suspension also results in Donald Trump not making a comeback to the social media handle before the 2022 midterm elections. The initial suspension of Donald Trump’s Facebook account came after his supporters thronged the Capitol Building on the 6th of January, 2021.
Donald Trump Reacts To The Two Year Suspension Of His Facebook Account
Donald Trump issued a statement after the decision of the company came in through Nick Clegg. Nick Clegg is the vice president for the company for global affairs. Reacting to the decision Trump said in his statement that it is rather an offense to his supporters. Facebook has been surrounded by controversies when politicians were given room to maneuver. The company was said to be operating on the basis of assumptions on the posts by the politicians creating room for public debates. In Addition to the suspension of Trump’s account, Facebook also established very firmly that the company will presume the noteworthy aspects of the posts of politicians.