Nevertheless, the company-funded tribunal of external specialists instructed the company to examine the issue within six months, maybe opening the door to Trump’s yield. In January, the technology giant suspended Trump’s accounts following a group of his supporters stormed the U.S. Capitol.
The decision was commended in the time by Trump critics and needed the support of all Americans, according to some questionnaire by the Harris Poll. However, Trump fans and free speech advocates cautioned that it set a dangerous precedent. Meanwhile, the Trump’s reports on YouTube, Snapchat and Twitter remain suspended.