Capitol Hill invasion: Twitter and Facebook suspends President Trump’s handle

American President Donald Trump’s official Twitter and Facebook accounts have been suspended by the social media platforms over his reactions towards the protest that occurred at Capitol Hill.

Capitol Hill invasion: Twitter and Facebook suspends President Trump's handle

Thousands of protesters stormed the United States Capitol as the certification of Joe Biden’s presidency was ongoing.

According to CNN, the protesters breached the Capitol police and stormed the premises of the

legislative complex just as the US Congress was debating the certification process.

They marched to the building not long after they were addressed by President Donald Trump

who has refused to concede after losing to Biden.

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The lawmakers were expected to count and confirm the votes cast by state electors during the just concluded US election.

With the whole world reacting to the protest, Donald Trump took to his Twitter and Facebook

account to address his supporters and the platforms have seen his post, Donald

Trump in one of the posts also turned on his vice, Mike Pence, after Pence rejected Trump’s call to overturn Biden’s election.

Twitter and Facebook have since reacted to the post by bringing it down and suspending his account.

See their reaction below:



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