On several occasions, Donald Trump has used social media to communicate with his followers. Proof of this are the millions of interactions he receives in each post made by his campaign and public relations team. That is why it has turned out to be a surprise that, according to reports BloombergFacebook has suspended its accounts for the first time in history, after it supported and motivated citizens protesting on Capitol Hill.
Likewise, Twitter required that the still president delete certain publications after alleged repeated and severe violations of electoral disinformation rules, including a video in which he sent "love" to a violent insurgency in Washington for his defeat last November against Joe Biden.
In the past, Twitter has imposed rules to limit the content of Trump's incendiary posts without removing them entirely, including alerts that obscure the content of the message. However, Twitter has also been passive towards Trump, after Jack Dorsey has declared that he does not have the last word and that the decision rests with his chief policy executive.