YouTube Extends Trump Ban for Another Week


The oldest Trump could recover his accounts’ control will be Jan. 27–only a week to Joe Biden’s presidency.

One week later, eliminating content and briefly suspending Donald Trump’s accounts, YouTube is expanding the ban for the following seven days.

Trump ban was Extends

On Tuesday, the Google-owned firm supported the movement to CNBC and Bloomberg, mentioning the chance of Trump banning violence throughout Wednesday’s inauguration of President-elect Joe Biden.

“In light of questions regarding the continuing possibility of violence, the Donald J. Trump channel is going to be prevented by uploading new movies or live flows for an extra minimum of seven times,” that a YouTube spokesperson said in a statement emailed to PCMag. “As we discussed previously, remarks will be forever handicapped under videos in the station “

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YouTube’s suspension

Trump’s accounts boast 2.79 million readers, over 825 million views since March 2015, and features uploads created as recently as Jan. 12–before YouTube’s embargo. There’s a glaring loophole at YouTube’s suspension: the official White House channel, which has fewer readers but stays busy throughout Trump’s final hours at work. A new pair of movies featuring farewell messages in your incoming Commander in Chief and first woman were submitted to this station on Tuesday.

Trump Ban on Social Networks

The YouTube suspension has been triggered following a range of critical social networks–such as TwitterFacebook, Instagram, Snapchat, and Twitch–prohibited or handicapped Donald Trump later that he incited the Jan. 6 coup in the state’s Capitol, which left five people dead.

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