The social media struggle with Donald Trump and his supporters continues. If Twitter, Facebook and Twitch have already managed to block or restrict the activities of the US president on their platforms, then YouTube hesitated to make a decision. Now the most popular streaming service has temporarily blocked Trump.
Donald’s Channel received a weekly strike.
Now, videos cannot be uploaded to Trump’s channel for a week, some old videos have been removed, and comments are disabled under others. Unfortunately, it is not known which videos YouTube deleted, because new videos appeared on the channel a few hours ago.
Sanctions against Donald Trump from social media began after the seizure of Congress by his supporters. Initially, YouTube only blocked a video in which Trump called the rioters special.