Washington D.C.: With rising concerns of another violent riot, YouTube on Tuesday said that it has suspended former President Trump’s YouTube channel in a latest move to limit the former president’s access to social media.
In a post on YouTube’s official Twitter account, the Google-owned video site said, “We have suspended Mr. Trump’s account after one of his recent videos violated its policy for inciting violence”.
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This is yet another big blow to Trump after Twitter banned the account of Trump citing the above concerns. With this latest development, Mr. Trump would not be able to upload new content to his channel, which had about 2.8 million subscribers, for at least seven days. YouTube also said it was disabling all comments on his channel indefinitely.