January 24, 2021

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Facebook does not plan to publish its Trump account for the time being | Abroad

Facebook does not plan to publish its Trump account for the time being | Abroad

According to her, the American president can turn to the independent supervisory board of the social media with complaints. Trump’s Facebook ban was initially permanent and would last at least until after the inauguration of new President Joe Biden on January 20, founder Mark Zuckerberg announced last week.

Following the storming of the Capitol by Trump supporters and subsequent messages from the president, social media has taken action against Trump. Since then he has been permanently banned from his frequently used Twitter.

Social media itself is also under fire for allegedly not doing enough about inflammatory texts in the lead up to the riot in Washington. Other critics argue that social media shouldn’t censor a seated president.