President Trump’s access to social networks was mostly blocked after protesters stormed the Capitol Hill in Washington during a fatal attack on Jan. 6.
Snapchat permanently ‘banned’ President Trump. (Source: newsroompost)
SnapchatA social network that focuses on photo sharing, Jan. 13 said it had banned US President Donald Trump permanently, while there were opinions opposing his removal from the network.
“Last week, we announced the indefinite suspension of President Trump’s Snapchat account. But for the sake of public safety and based on President Trump’s attempt to spread false information, hate language, and incite violence, we have decided to permanently terminate his account. “
President Trump’s access to social networks was mostly blocked after crowds of protesters stormed the Capitol Hill in Washington during a fatal attack on Jan. 6.
Earlier, Twitter on January 8 announced that the account of US President Donald Trump on this social networking platform was permanently locked, citing the risk of new violence.
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