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Trump responds to his expulsion from Facebook by threatening a return to the White House

Former United States President Donald Trump has responded to the confirmation of the expulsion of him for two years from the social network Facebook with a message addressed to his CEO, Mark Zuckerberg, with whom he promises to break all friendship when he returns to rule the country.

“The next time I am in the White House I will not celebrate the dinners that his and his wife used to ask me. We will only talk about business,” Trump said in a statement.

Likewise, Trump has called the suspension an “insult” to those who voted for him during the “rigged elections” of November last year, in a repeat of his unfounded theory of electoral fraud.

“They should not be allowed to get away with this censorship and silence,” the former president added in the note.

Trump was suspended from both Facebook and Instagram after the company’s content advisory board temporarily canceled his profiles on these social networks, considering that he was responsible for the January 6 violence episodes in the Capitol.

Facebook, also the owner of Instagram, explained this Friday that Trump will be able to reactivate his profiles as of January 2023, after analyzing the company to verify if his presence in these networks continues to put public safety at risk.

“We will assess external factors, including instances of violence, restrictions on peaceful assemblies, and other indicators of civil unrest. If we determine that there is still a serious risk to public safety, we will extend the restriction for a specified period of time and continue to reassess until that time. risk has decreased, “the company explained in a statement.

Facebook closed Trump’s account after he encouraged his followers to march to the Capitol, with a controversial speech in which the New York tycoon questioned the legitimacy of the victory of Democrat Joe Biden in the November elections. 2020.

Facebook was not the only veto he suffered, as he also stayed out of Twitter, a social network that he used before and after arriving at the White House to expand the reach of his message. This confirmation comes days after Trump shut down one of the platforms he had been using.

In ‘From the Desk of Donald J. Trump’, barely a month old, the former White House tenant posted videos and statements from his political action committee (PAC), ‘Save USA’.

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