For at least another week, the former president of America <br><br>Donald Trump, will not be able to post content to its channel on the UAF YouTube-channel.
Η platform and video surveillance, owned by Google extended the publication ban it had imposed on Trump a week ago. "Given concerns about the potential for continued violence, Donald J. Trump will not be able to upload new videos or live streams for at least seven days," a YouTube spokesman told CNBC.
Trump's channel has not been completely banned, as the old one content is still available. However, Trump will not be able to post new content on the channel and comments on his videos are "off indefinitely".
Donald Trump's YouTube channel, which has 2,79 million subscribers, was suspended after Trump supporters invaded the Capitol of the United States on January 6. The attack killed five people. The suspension was followed by similar moves by other major social platforms, such as Facebook and Twitter.
The YouTube move comes shortly before the inauguration of the newly elected President of the United States, Joe Biden today.
Trump tried to break the YouTube ban by posting on the official White House channel, which has not been banned by the platform. The last video on the channel, which aired on Tuesday, is titled "Farewell Statement by President Donald J. Trump."
Unlike YouTube, which only extended Trump's channel for a week, Twitter has already banned the former president from his platform indefinitely.