Donald Trump, president of the United States, often uses social media in a very controversial way. Yesterday, after the violent acts in the United States Capitol, the president sent messages that incited violence. For Facebook and Twitter, this was the straw that broke the camel’s back and their accounts were suspended.
The first social network to take action was Twitter. For weeks, the microblogging site flagged Trump’s posts that presented false information about the US elections. That said, after receiving much criticism for allowing the messages that incited violence, Twitter decided to remove them and suspend the account of the president of the United States.