Will Donald Trump’s Twitter ban make Joe Biden’s term easier?
When asked about this – legitimate – at her daily press conference, White House spokeswoman Jen Saki, was defeated.
But be careful to add: “I can not say we will miss him on Twitter”.
“It may seem hard for you to believe this, but we spend less time thinking or talking very clearly about President Trump, former President Trump,” she replied.
“I think this is a question that should be asked of the elected Republican Congress,” she said, referring to the long-standing pressure exerted by the former president on his own camp, or through elected tweets on such people.
Is Joe Biden in favor of continuing his ancestral suspension?
“It’s a decision made by Twitter,” she replied.
Twitter, Donald Trump’s main communication tool in the campaign and in power, suspended the @realDonaldTrump account permanently two days after his supporters attacked Capitol on January 6.
The popular Blue Bird Network has also undertaken to purge consumer services that broadcast conspiracy theories known as American election rigging.
The decision to target Donald Trump has provoked strong criticism among his supporters, but also from some leaders or charities who are concerned about the power that social networks have amassed without external control.