@POTUS resets as Twitter juggles presidential accounts
These institutional accounts don't belong any particular individual - they're reserved for official government use by those in the current administration. Twitter will transfer them to President-elect Joe Biden once he is officially inaugurated on Wednesday. Minus, that is, most of their followers.
Inside Twitter’s decision to cut off Donald Trump
The decision was a punctuation mark on the Trump presidency that immediately drew accusatio...
Twitter CEO says banning Trump was right decision but sets dangerous precedent
Twitter last week removed Trump's account, which had 88 millio...
Vijaya Gadde: The Indian-American lawyer at the forefront of Donald Trump's Twitter ban
Hyderabad-born Gadde, 45, is Twitter's legal, public policy and trust and safety lead. On Friday, Gadde tweeted that the account of Trump has been "permanently suspended from Twitter due to the risk of further violence". At the time of suspension, Trump had 88.7 million followers and followed 51 people.
Twitter shares dive 7% after Donald Trump account suspension
US President Donald Trump has a very high and loyal following on Twitter and a lot of those eyeballs will go away if he is permanently restricted from posting, says an analyst at a brokerage.
Germany's Merkel: Trump's Twitter eviction 'problematic'
Twitter permanently suspended Trump from the microblogging platform on Friday, citing a "risk of further incitement of violence" in the wake of the storming of the US Capitol by supporters of the outgoing president.
Twitter shares fall 7% following permanent ban on Donald Trump
Twitter was Donald Trump’s preferred channel for amplifying attacks on his rivals, spreading conspiracies and provoking other nations during his four years in power.
Squelched by Twitter, Trump seeks new online megaphone
Though deprived of his big online megaphones, Trump does have alternative options of much smaller reach.
In silencing President Donald Trump, Twitter and Facebook show who's boss
Twitter’s decision to permanently suspend Trump’s account on Friday “due to the risk of further incitement of violence,” after a decision a day earlier by Facebook to ban the president at least through the end of his term, was a watershed moment in the history of social media.
View: Can Donald Trump survive without Twitter?
Can a disgraced president addicted to outrage and innately governed by the same forces as the attention economy survive without his primary outlet?
Twitter permanently suspends Trump's account, cites 'incitement of violence' risk
Social media companies have moved swiftly to crack down on Trump and some of his prominent right-wing allies and supporters in the wake of the turmoil in Washington, D.C.
Twitter bans Donald Trump, citing risk of violent incitement
Twitter's move deprives Trump of a potent tool he has used to communicate directly with the American people for more than a decade.
Donald Trump accuses Twitter of conspiring 'to silence me'
"Twitter has gone further and further in banning free speech, and tonight, Twitter employees have coordinated with the Democrats and the Radical Left in removing my account from their platform, to silence me -- and YOU, the 75,000,000 great patriots who voted for me," he said in a series of tweets from the official @POTUS account.
Trump returns to Twitter as Facebook's Zuckerberg bans him for 'fanning the flames'
Twitter unlocked the president's @realDonaldTrump Twitter account, which has 88 million followers, after Trump removed three rule-breaking tweets.
US Capitol Siege: Snapchat locks Donald Trump’s account, after Facebook, Twitter
The move comes hours after Facebook and Twitter banned Donald Trump’s account after he shared a video in which he asks rioters to “go home” before adding, “We love you. You’re very special.”