Oliver O’Connell and Alex Woodward
Thu, 26 January 2023 at 4:53 am GMT
Nick Clegg, the company’s president of global affairs, said there will be new guard rails built in to limit distribution of posts that do not explicitly break the rules.
It is not known whether the former president plans to use the accounts once they are reinstated but he responded with a Truth Social post mocking the company.
Earlier this week, Mr Trump leaped to Mike Pence’s defence after it emerged that classified documents had been found in the former vice president’s Indiana home.
Mr Trump called Mr Pence an “innocent man” and urged people to “leave him alone”.
It’s a marked difference from his response to the discovery of classified documents at President Joe Biden’s Wilmington home and an office he used in Washington DC.
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