United State President Donald Trump is facing consequences from yet another social media platform following last week’s attack by his supporters on the U.S. Capitol.
YouTube said late Tuesday it had removed new content from Mr. Trump’s channel and banned him from uploading any videos or livestreams for at least a week.
The video-sharing site removed content uploaded on Tuesday for violating its policies on inciting violence. YouTube referred to its three-strikes policy, which states that a one-week suspension is standard for one strike.
A two-week suspension would be enacted if the channel receives a second strike within 90 days. A third strike would result in the channel’s termination.