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YouTube Bans President Trump From Posting New Content For 7 Days

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The public access that President Donald Trump has been enjoying since his presidency started has been depleted after the Pro-Trump riot took place. The unfiltered content we’ve got accustomed to seeing, reading, and hearing is almost completely gone.

BLACK ENTERPRISE reported that after the Jan. 6 fiasco at the U.S. Capitol, which was incited by President Donald Trump, Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg had announced that the outgoing president is no longer allowed access to his Facebook and Instagram accounts “indefinitely.” After also having his Twitter account permanently suspended, another popular website has temporarily banned Trump from uploading content to his account.

YouTube has announced, via Twitter, that the outgoing president has been banned for 7 days after violating their policy when new content was uploaded to his account.

After the riot at the US Capitol took place, YouTube gave a clear and concise warning about posting videos with false claims.

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3 Ways to Handle an Upset Customer That Actually Make Them More Loyal to Your Brand

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What do you when you have an upset customer? Show empathy and listen.

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Volkswagon CEO Joins Twitter and Immediately Trolls Elon Musk

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Herbert Diess did not waste time firing shots via social media.

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2021: The Year of the Customer

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After a tough year, it’s time to go back to basics and focus on what really matters — your customers.

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