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Donald Trump's Facebook account has been suspended for 2 years.

Donald Trump's Facebook account has been suspended for 2 years.
 He was banned indefinitely from both sites in January for posting on the U.S. Capitol riots, but last month Facebook's oversight board publicly criticized the punishment.

Facebook said Mr. Trump's actions were a "grave violation of our rules."

Mr Trump said the move was an "insult" to the millions of people who voted for him in last year's presidential election.


The move by Facebook comes as the social media giant is also ending a policy that protects politicians from certain content control rules.


It says it will no longer acquit politicians for deceptive or derogatory content based on their comments being newsworthy.

Mr Trump's ban took effect from the date of the initial suspension in January, Facebook's vice president for global affairs Nick Clegg said in a post.


It added: "Because of the seriousness of the reasons for Mr. Trump's dismissal, we believe that his actions are in flagrant violation of our rules, which deserve the maximum punishment."


"If we determine that there is still a serious risk to public safety, we will extend the limitation for a certain period of time and continue to re-evaluate until this risk is reduced."


 Upon his return, Mr. Trump will be detained as a "strict group of rapidly expanding sanctions" for any violations, Mr. Klig said in a statement.


What did Donald Trump answer?

In a statement sent by the Save America Political Action Committee following the ban on Facebook, Mr. Trump said, "This order from Facebook is an insult to all seven and a half million people in our country, including all those who voted for us."


"It would not be right to allow them to get through by censoring and silencing them in this way. In the end we will win. Our country will not tolerate any more oppression, ”he said.

In another statement, Donald Trump attacked the founder of Facebook.


"Then when I'm at the White House, there will be no more dinner at the request of Mark Zuckerberg and his wife," said the former president.


With this decision of Facebook, Donald Trump will get a chance to come back to Facebook again before the 2024 presidential election.


Donald Trump has been banned from Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Snapchat, Twitch and several other social media outlets for already inciting the January riots.


Due to the ban on social media, Mr. announced to create his own social media. Trump announced earlier this week that the project was permanently closed.




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