Twitter blocked accounts that distributed Trump’s posts

The ex-president was permanently blocked in the social network after the attack on the Capitol.

Twitter confirmed the blocking of several accounts that tried to circumvent the ban on the publication of former President Donald Trump by distributing his posts.

Earlier this week, the former president launched a page on his website promising comments “straight from Donald Trump’s desk.”

As stated in the “Twitter”, accounts with names that play on the name of Trump, which distributes posts from his site, were blocked.

“As stated in our policy on avoiding bans, we will take action against accounts whose obvious purpose is to replace a blocked account or promote related content,” a platform spokesperson told AFP. Twitter permanently blocked Trump’s account after his supporters attacked the Capitol on January 6, because there was a risk that he would incite violence.

Author: Steve Cowan
Graduated From Princeton University. He has been at the Free Press since October 2014. Previously worked as a regional entertainment editor.
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