Twitter had closed the Twitter account of former President Donald Trump since the violence in the US on Capital Heels. The social media network had removed his account from Twitter for Trump’s violence and violation of his policy. Now the company says that their account cannot return to the platform.
On Wednesday, the company’s chief financial officer said that Twitter would no longer allow former President Donald Trump to return to the platform.
In one of his interviews with television, Ned Sehgal said, “Under the way our policies work, you are removed from the platform, you are removed from the platform, whether you are a commentator, a CFO or Be a current or former public official. ”
Trump’s “day-platforming” on Twitter came after a violent coup by his supporters that led to a deadly siege in the US Capitol on 6 January. Facebook and other social networks also banned Trump after the incident.
Sehgal said, “Our policies are designed to ensure that people are not inciting violence and if someone does, we have to remove them from service and our policies will not allow people to come back.”