What you need to know
- Mark Zuckerberg says Facebook has suspended President Trump from both Facebook and Instagram indefinitely.
- The suspension will last for at least two weeks until Joe Biden is inaugurated.
- Zuckerberg said Trump's decision to "condone rather than condemn violence on the platform" had "rightly disturbed" people around the world.
Mark Zuckerberg has stated that Facebook has suspended President Trump from both Facebook and Instagram indefinitely.
In a recently uploaded post, Zuckerberg stated:
Facebook said that over the past few years it had allowed the President to use its platform in accordance with its own rules, but that the current context was now "fundamentally different," stating it believed the President have used its platform "to incite violent insurrection against a democratically elected government. As such, the President's account on Facebook and Instagram have been suspended indefinitely, and at least until the transfer of power is complete.
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