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Facebook and YouTube removed the ban from Donald Trump's account, former US President wrote - I'M BACK

Washington, Mar 18, (Fast Mail News):-- Facebook and YouTube have now lifted the ban from the account of former US President Donald Trump. At the same time, after the ban was lifted, Donald Trump also made the first post on Facebook. In his first Facebook post after nearly two years, Donald Trump wrote, "I'M BACK." Trump posted a 12-second video in which he can be seen delivering a speech after the 2016 presidential election.


76-year-old Republican leader Donald Trump is again in the race for the presidency. For the past two years, he has been unable to post any content for his 34 million Facebook followers and 2.6 million YouTube subscribers. Trump was banned by the platform days after the January 6, 2021 Capitol uprising.


YouTube on Friday removed the ban from the account of former US President Donald Trump. YouTube insiders said, “Starting today the Donald Trump channel is no longer banned and can upload new content. This channel will remain subject to our policies just like any other channel on YouTube."




Several of Donald Trump's social media accounts were suspended after the 6 January 2021 attack on the US Capitol. Recently Donald Trump filed his nomination for the post of President for the 2024 election.


Trump now has full access to his Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and YouTube accounts, according to The Washington Post. But he is yet to take advantage of the internet megaphone and prefers to post on his platform Truth Social and speak at rallies. The former President has told people that he cannot leave Truth Social as his presence is necessary there. He had said that he did not want any venture associated with his name to fail.


However, Twitter restored his account only after Elon Musk acquired it. But so far Donald Trump has not posted anything on Twitter.

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