- YouTube suspended President Donald Trump from uploading any new videos on Tuesday.
- One video was removed from the Donald J Trump YouTube channel, while two additional videos were taken off of the official White House YouTube page for "inciting violence."
- Trump is suspended from YouTube for at least seven days, which is when Joe Biden takes office.
After being booted off of nearly every major online platform over the course of the last seven days, Donald Trump has finally crossed the line with YouTube as well. The Google-owned site said on Tuesday evening that Trump uploaded a video that incited violence and was subsequently removed. YouTube wouldn't share any details about the video, but it resulted in a strike against Trump's channel and a suspension of at least seven days.
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