Former president of america Donald trump There may be a big announcement on Wednesday to lift the ban on the Facebook account of. Facebook suspended Donald Trump’s account following the attack on the US Parliament (US Capitol) in early January. If his account is restored again, after four months Donald Trump will reappear on a social media platform for the first time.
Facebook will make a big announcement on Wednesday
Facebook’s Oversight Board was first to announce its decision in mid-April. Now on Monday, it
Facebook banned many trump interviews
Facebook had also removed Donald Trump’s interview posted on Trump’s account after banning Trump’s account. This was Donald Trump’s first on-camera interview since he left the presidency on 20 January 2021. Lara Trump is the wife of Donald Trump’s son Eric Trump. She has been a former TV producer by profession. However, Facebook did not remove Trump’s interview aired on CNN and Fox News.
Facebook’s Oversight Board Has More ‘Left’
Facebook’s Oversight Board consists of 20 people, including five Americans. It is said that this board has a large number of left-wing members. It is not yet clear who among the five members will decide the fate of Trump’s Facebook account. The board was formed last year with the first four members directly elected by Facebook. Those early members teamed up with social media giants to select others. Facebook pays salaries of oversight board members.
Then Zuckerberg said – it is dangerous to allow the trump
Facebook Chief Mark Zuckerberg defended the ban on Trump’s Facebook account, saying the risk of allowing Trump to post was simply too dangerous. Zuckerberg said that Facebook has removed President Trump’s post because we have decided that they can be used to incite further violence.
Trump told the rioters ‘I love you’
In a video posted on Facebook, Twitter and YouTube, Donald Trump said ‘I love you’ to the rioters who attacked the US Capitol (Parliament) before appealing to go home. Not only this, he had also repeated his false claims of fraud in the US presidential election.