After being suspended for two years as a result of the uprising on January 6, Facebook’s parent company, Meta, is reactivating the personal account of the late president Donald Trump.
In a blog post published on Wednesday, the firm said that in order to prevent “repeat offenders” from breaking its regulations, “additional guardrails” are being added.
According to the seriousness of the offense, if Mr. Trump continues to publish offensive material, it will be taken down, and he will be suspended for between one month and two years, according to Menlo Park, California-based Meta.
Trump criticized Facebook’s move to suspend his account while praising his own platform, Truth Social, in a post on his own social media network.
“FACEBOOK has just stated that they are restoring my account. Since “deplatforming” your beloved President, me, they have lost billions of dollars in value.
A President who is now in office or anyone else who is not deserving of punishment should never experience such a thing again! He wrote, “He was fired on January 7, following the violent uprising in 2021. He was also removed from other social media platforms, though Elon Musk’s acquisition of Twitter recently led to his reinstatement.
He didn’t tweet.
Trump has relied on Truth Social since he was blocked from Twitter and banned from other major social media platforms.