Donald Trump: Twitter suspends multiple accounts sharing posts from ex-president’s website | US news
Twitter has banned several accounts set up to share posts from Donald Trump’s website.
The micro-blogging site said the accounts broke the rules by helping the former president bypass a ban on the social network.
Mr Trump has been banned from a number of platforms after his supporters stormed the US Capitol on January 6th.
Twitter, where it had 88 million followers, said its ban was permanent regardless of whether or not Mr Trump runs for office in the future.
Facebook confirmed its own ban on Wednesdayand YouTube said it would restore the former president’s channel when the risk of violence subsided.
But also this week, Mr. Trump added a page to his personal website what he called “From Donald J Trump’s Desk”.
Accounts banned from Twitter included @DJTDesk, @DJTrumpDesk, @DeskofDJT, and @ DeskOfTrump1.
On Mr Trump’s page, he can post messages that can be shared by his followers on social media.
The content of his posts so far will not surprise supporters or opponents – he reiterates his false claims about electoral fraud in the last presidential election and criticism of Republicans who did not support him.
A Twitter spokesperson said, “As stated in our Prohibition Circumvention Policy, we will take enforcement action on accounts whose apparent intent is to replace or promote content associated with a suspended account.”
A Trump official said they had nothing to do with the blocked accounts, and an adviser added that the former president wanted to launch his own social media platform.
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