A new development took place in the social media boycott against former President Donald Trump during the bloody Congressional raid on January 6 in the USA. Social media platform YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki made a statement about the ban imposed on Trump, saying, “Where we stand now, it is quite clear that there is still a high risk of violence. If the threat of violence decreases, the platform may lift Trump’s ban.”
After the congress raid in the USA, the YouTube account of former President Donald Trump was suspended after Twitter and Facebook accounts. With more than 2 million subscribers on YouTube, Trump had not been able to upload a new video and broadcast live for seven days.