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    15 Platforms That Have Banned Or Restricted Trump So Far

    "We have permanently suspended the account due to the risk of further incitement of violence."

    Following Wednesday's attempted coup at the US Capitol, which had been openly planned online for weeks, a bunch of online platforms are reexamining their relationship with Donald Trump and his supporters.

    So here are the major platforms that have banned or suspended Trump so far:

    1. Twitter

    After close review of recent Tweets from the @realDonaldTrump account and the context around them we have permanently suspended the account due to the risk of further incitement of violence.

    Twitter: @TwitterSafety

    Trump's account has been permanently banned. Other accounts related to the president have been suspended or had tweets deleted for "ban evasion."

    2. Snapchat

    3. TikTok

    4. Apple

    5. Google

    6. Amazon

    7. Pinterest

    8. Reddit

    9. Twitch

    We've made the decision to remove the PogChamp emote following statements from the face of the emote encouraging further violence after what took place in the Capitol today.

    Twitter: @Twitch

    Trump's account has been disabled indefinitely, and the PogChamp emote has been removed.

    10. PayPal

    11. Shopify

    12. Discord

    13. YouTube

    (1/4) Due to the disturbing events that transpired yesterday, and given that the election results have now been certified, starting today *any* channels posting new videos with false claims in violation of our policies will now receive a strike.

    Twitter: @YouTubeCreators

    YouTube said that any channels posting misinformation would be "temporarily suspended from posting or live streaming" and receive a strike. Channels with three strikes in 90 days will be permanently removed. One of Trump lawyer Rudy Giuliani's recent podcasts has been removed.

    14. Facebook

    15. Instagram

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