YouTube suspends President Trump’s account
YouTube blocked President Trump’s channel on Tuesday evening. Joining a growing list of tech companies kicking him off their platforms.
Alphabet Inc.’s video sharing service said it banned Mr. Trump’s channel for at least seven days after the company removed videos that it said violated its content policies, which it believes they could cause violence.
YouTube’s move follows similar decisions by Facebook Inc. and Twitter Inc. On Thursday, Facebook suspended Mr. Trump’s account indefinitely, and on Friday, Twitter suspended Mr. Trump’s personal account.
As the companies took action based on various content, the posts and videos appeared to repeat unsubstantiated claims that the election was stolen and …