Facebook’s parent company Meta is trying to revive former President Donald Trump’s personal account, which was suspended for two years following the Jan. 6 riots.
In a blog post Wednesday, the company said it would add “new guardrails” to ensure there are no “habitual offenders” breaking the rules.
“If Trump posts any more violating content, that content will be removed and he will be suspended for a period of one month to two years, depending on the severity of the offense,” said Menlo Park, Calif.-based Meta. I’m here. , Said.
In a post on his social media network, Trump praised his site, Truth Social, and criticized Facebook’s decision to suspend his account.
“FACEBOOK, which has lost billions of dollars in value since ‘de-platforming’ me, your favorite president, has announced that it will revive my account. Such a thing should never happen again to a sitting president or anyone else who doesn’t deserve retaliation!” he wrote.
He was suspended on January 7, the day after the deadly 2021 uprising. Other social his media companies also kicked him off the platform, but he recently returned to Twitter after Elon Musk took over the company. he’s not tweeting
Banned from mainstream social media, Trump has relied on Truth Social, which he launched after being blocked from Twitter.
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