YouTube Becomes Latest Platform to Temporarily Ban Trump

The president cannot currently post on Facebook, Snapchat, Twitter or Twitch

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YouTube suspended President Donald Trump's account on Tuesday. Sources: Youtube, Google

After years of letting Donald Trump be Donald Trump, tech companies—most recently YouTube—have taken a stand and suspended his accounts, albeit during the president’s final week in office.

@ScottNover Scott Nover is a platforms reporter at Adweek, covering social media companies and their influence.