San Francisco: Google-owned YouTube has removed a new video of US President Donald Trump citing content policy violations. The company has also issued a 'strike' (stopping new uploads) against his account, which means that he cannot upload new videos or livestream content for at least a week.
YouTube has also indefinitely has disabled comment section on Trump's video due to 'ongoing concerns about violence'. Now no one will be able to comment on his video. Earlier, YouTube had also removed a video of Trump, in which he addressed the mob attacking the Capitol.
On the other hand, Twitter has already banned Trump from its platform citing 'risk of inciting violence'. Facebook also initially prevented Trump from posting for 24 hours on Facebook and Instagram. Later, its CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced the suspension of Trump's account until the end of his term on January 20.