President TrumpDonald Trump acknowledged the end of the presidential term after Congress approved Biden’s victory in Congress. He confirmed Biden’s victory after rioters terrorized a Capitol lawmaker in the Third House of Representatives and tested positive for COVID-19 this week.A spokesperson for Twitter confirmed on Thursday that the Twitter account had deleted the posts that led to the closure of his account on Wednesday evening.
Twitter on Wednesday Temporarily suspended Trump’s first-time account of posts shared by the president about a crowd of his supporters storming the Capitol. The platform said the posts violated its policies and required the president to delete them before regaining access to his account.
A Twitter spokesperson said on Thursday that the tweets have been deleted, and according to Twitter policy, Trump will gain access to his account within 12 hours of deleting them.
On Wednesday, Facebook suspended Trump’s account, as well as his Instagram account, for 24 hours after that Delete his posts About the Capitol riots.
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A Twitter spokesperson said the company did not have any information to share as of late Thursday morning regarding the possibility of extending the suspension on Trump’s Twitter account until January 20.
Wednesday was the platforms’ most dire action against Trump’s accounts.
The move came through a one-minute video that Trump posted urging his supporters who made their way to the Capitol to return home, but in the video he also repeated unfounded allegations of widespread election fraud.
The video was removed via Facebook, Twitter and YouTube early Wednesday evening.
Trump followed suit by posting a similar text to Facebook and Twitter, which was also later removed before the platforms shut down Trump’s account.
Amid the suspension of his account, Trump released a statement shared on Twitter by Dan Scavino, White House Deputy Chief of Staff for Communications, Acknowledging the expiration of his term.
“Although I do not completely agree with the election result, and the facts confirm this, there will be an orderly transition on January 20,” Trump said in the statement shared by Scavino. To ensure that only legal votes are counted. While this marks the end of the greatest first term in presidential history, it is only the beginning of our fight to make America great again! “
The statement was shared just minutes after lawmakers formally tabled the Electoral College votes showing Biden winning, shortly before 4 a.m.
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