Washington: After the social media website Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram also blocked the account of US President Donald Trump.
According to a report by a foreign news agency, social media websites Facebook and Instagram blocked the account of US President Trump and deleted the posts related to the violent demonstrations shared by him.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg said the US president’s Facebook account had been closed indefinitely.
Mark Zuckerberg says Trump will not be able to use Facebook for the next two weeks, deleting President Trump’s messages about Capitol Hill.
The Facebook administration says President Trump’s messages could have escalated the violence, and our platform has been used to revolt against the democratically elected government.
Zuckerberg said President Trump’s Facebook and Instagram accounts would remain closed until a peaceful transfer of power.
It should be noted that after the violent protests and demonstrations on the previous day, US President Donald Trump had appealed to the supporters to stop the protests.
In a video message posted on the social networking site Twitter, Trump said he felt the pain and suffering of the protesters.
President Trump reiterated his claim that he knows the presidential election was stolen from us, this is a very difficult time but we do not want anyone to be harmed, this is a rigged election and we are in the hands of these people. Don’t play, go back home for peace, and don’t take the law into your own hands.