People are calling on Twitter to suspend President Donald Trump’s account, saying his recent statements on North Korea are a threat that violates the social media platform’s terms of service.
People are calling on Twitter to suspend President Donald Trump’s account, saying his recent statements on North Korea are a threat that violates the social media platform’s terms of service. Pablo Martinez Monsivais AP
People are calling on Twitter to suspend President Donald Trump’s account, saying his recent statements on North Korea are a threat that violates the social media platform’s terms of service. Pablo Martinez Monsivais AP

Twitter should ban Trump because his tweets violate terms of service, critics contend

August 13, 2017 10:20 AM

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