An interview was broadcast on YouTube video hosting The ex-president gave an interview to his daughter-in-law Lara Trump on the online show The Right View. Facebook has removed a video from an interview with former US President Donald Trump, as his account was previously blocked on the platform, CNBC reports citing a company representative. On her Instagram, Lara Trump posted the text of a notice about deleting an interview with the former president, which she received from Facebook .
“In accordance with the blocking of Donald Trump’s Facebook and Instagram accounts, all subsequent content containing Donald Trump’s speech will be removed and will result in further account restrictions”, Lara wrote.
“And that’s how we got one step closer to Orwell’s 1984. Wow,” Lara Trump commented on the message about the deletion of the interview.
Earlier, Twitch, Twitter, Facebook, Youtube and Instagram suspended Trump’s accounts for various periods due to his statements about the riots in Washington on January 6. The reason was the video and text appeals to the protesters who seized the Capitol building in Washington. Calling on them, on the one hand, to behave peacefully and go home, Trump called them patriots and announced election fraud.