Donald Trump post on Youtube and Facebook: Former US President Donald Trump has returned to Facebook and YouTube on Friday (March 17) after two years. He has given this information through a post. In fact, Donald Trump’s social media accounts were banned after the US Capitol violence. But finally the ban was lifted from his account on Friday. Trump has been active on Facebook and YouTube accounts since the ban was lifted.
Trump tweeted on social media, “I’m back.” Posted mentioning this. Along with this, he has also shared a video while posting. After winning the 2016 election, he shared a video of his victory speech on social media. He has shared a 12-second clip of his video. “Sorry to have kept you waiting so long,” Trump said in a video of the speech.
2.6 million people on YouTube
Donald Trump, the 76-year-old leader of the Republican Party, has once again joined the US presidential race. Trump has 34 million followers on Facebook. He has 2.6 million followers on YouTube. On January 6, 2021, after Joe Biden’s victory, Trump supporters stormed the US Capitol. Donald Trump’s social media accounts were banned in response to this violence.
YouTube restored the account and gave this message
YouTube has restored Trump’s account. After this YouTube sent him a message. “Starting today, The Donald J. Trump Channel is no longer restricted. You may upload new posts.” Also, social networking giant Meta announced in January that it was banning Donald Trump’s accounts on Facebook and Instagram.
Trump launches Truth Social after ban
Donald Trump’s Twitter account, which has 87 million followers, was also blocked after the US Capitol violence. After this he has launched his social media platform Truth Social.
What was the matter of banning Trump’s account
Significantly, on January 6, 2021, his supporters committed violence in the Capitol (Parliament) complex on Trump’s alleged provocation to prevent the peaceful transfer of power after the 2020 US presidential election, in view of which Trump’s account was banned. .
However, Meta, the company that owns Facebook, said in January this year that it would restore Trump’s Facebook account in the next few weeks. On February 9, Meta lifted the ban on Trump’s use of Facebook and Instagram.
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