Donald Trump is also permanently banned from Snapchat


Donald Trump was also permanently banned from Snapchat, where he was banned for 12 hours on January 6. In the statements on the subject, it was stated that this is the best decision to be taken in the long term. In this way, a large platform that Donald Trump could use was not left in general.

Whether the USA is overthrown or lost an election, the president we never know. Donald TrumpCurrently, it is on the agenda mostly with the sanctions of social media platforms. Trump, who was banned from almost every platform such as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube after the events on January 6, had been banned. Moreover, these platforms made Trump’s ban permanent with the decisions they later made. Now a new one has been added to them.

In a news we shared with you recently, one of the platforms blocking Donald Trump is also Snapchat We conveyed that. However, in the statements made that day, it was stated that the ban was limited to 12 hours. Making a new statement on the subject today, the officials announced that the ban has been made permanent. The company in the long run He states that it is the best decision that can be made.

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According to the statements made by Snapchat, Donald Trump had also received warnings for his previous posts. Explaining that the president is constantly trying to encourage violence, Snapchat officials say that after the tension on January 6, it was decided to make the ban permanent. When considered in the long run for the US and humanity, according to Snapchat, the best thing to do that was it.


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With the decision taken by Snapchat, Trump is more than a platform permanent has been banned. However, we can state that Trump does not have a large social media platform left to use. Actually, there might be one … This platform is the one that Donald Trump did not do his best to ban TikTok. But the prospect of something like this seems to be more difficult than Trump’s getting back support.

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