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Donald Trump Blasts Twitter For Allowing The 'killers And Muggers' Of Taliban To Send Out Public Messages While He Remains Banned
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uk: Donald Trump Blasts Twitter For Allowing The 'killers And Muggers' Of Taliban To Send Out Public Messages While He Remains Banned 2021-08-19 09:52:20
Former US President Donald Trump has condemned Twitter for allowing the Taliban to continue operating on the micro-blogging platform in the wake of its takeover in Afghanistan, while he remained banned on the social media platform.



Recall Trump was banned back in January for defending and glorifying the mob attack on the Capitol two days earlier. At least five were killed in the attempt to disrupt a Congress hearing to affirm Joe Biden’s victory in the presidential election.

However, Taliban spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid has been allowed to post on Twitter updates about the jihadist movement's advance, describing how military units had captured Kabul.



Other platforms, such as Facebook, ban posts that glorify violence including sanctioned terrorist organizations such as the Taliban. But by Wednesday, Mujahid's account remained active with more than 322,000 followers.

On Wednesday, Trump lambasted Twitter for allowing the Taliban to publish messages after their fo...Text too long. Click [here to view full post]

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