nick cleggMeta responsible for global issues, writes on the company’s website that trump Within the next few weeks he will regain access to his accounts and new measures are being taken to ensure that lies are not published.
This means, among other things, tougher penalties for repeated violations, and penalties that will also apply to other public figures whose accounts are reactivated after suspension.
Earlier this year, Trump, through his lawyer, demanded that Facebook unlock his account. The former president was transferred the day after the January 6, 2021 attack on the US Congress, and since then he has tried several times to return but has been consistently rejected.
“Something like this should never happen again to a sitting president, or to anyone else who doesn’t deserve revenge,” Trump wrote on his own Truth Social platform after Meta’s decision to let him return.
Trump’s account had 34 million followers before it was removed, and his lawyers argued in a letter last week that Facebook’s actions had “significantly distorted and dampened public conversation.” Then the company announced that the answer would come later in January.
At the end of November, Trump was allowed access to Twitter, where he was also suspended. However, he has not tweeted yet.
Trump announced last November that he was running for president of the Republican Party in the 2024 elections.
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