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In his second statement of the day, former President Donald Trump launched a verbal broadside against social media companies (see below). This follows the announcement by Facebook's Oversight Board that the firm's decision to ban Trump in January following the Capitol Hill riots was justified, although the board also stated that the indefinite nature of the ban should be reviewed.
- In the event Trump seeks a second term in office in 2024, he will need access to social media platforms - Twitter in particular - given it is via these mediums that he is able to most effectively communicate with his supporters.
Source: President Donald J Trump