Facebook has asked its employees not to wear clothing bearing the “company” logo or carry items bearing its name in public places after former President Donald Trump’s account was banned from its platforms indefinitely following riots last week at the US Capitol.
And the “Business Insider” site reported that the company sent a message to Facebook employees on Monday in light of recent events, in anticipation of any violent reactions from Trump supporters.
On Thursday, Facebook announced in a post by its founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg that Trump, 74, would be banned “indefinitely” from his platforms, including Instagram, after riots at the US Capitol building the president instigated on Wednesday.
Zuckerberg, 36, wrote: “The horrific events of the past 24 hours clearly show that President Donald Trump intends to use his remaining time in office to prevent a peaceful and legitimate transfer of power to his elected successor, Joe Bade.”
He continued, “His decision to use his platform to condone the actions of his supporters on the Capitol instead of condemning them has upset people in the United States and around the world … among the posts that were removed for violating Facebook policy, a video clip of Trump dealing with riots and those who stormed the American Capitol building,” They caused chaos and violence, as he described them as special. ”
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