With ‘single tickmark’, Hillary Clinton endorses permanent Twitter ban on Trump

Washington: Former US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton on Friday gave a ‘tick mark’ endorsing Twitter Inc’s decision to permanently suspend President Donald Trump’s personal Twitter account.

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The former First Lady and Trump’s rival Democratic Presidential candidate tweeted a tick mark as a sign of approval to a tweet that she tweeted in June demanding that the micro-blogging site “Delete his account.”

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Comments and reactions flooded Twitter on various social media platforms, including Twitter of course, with longtime critics welcoming the ban while others sought to defend the President.

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Trump’s former lawyer Michael Cohen said the president needs Twitter-like “oxygen” and imagined he would be “be losing his marbles” over the ban.

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Free-speech

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Trump’s son Donald Trump Jr. tweeted that “free-speech no longer exists in America.” “It died with big tech and what’s left is only there for a chosen few,” he added.

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Trump’s former UN ambassador Nikki Haley tweeted: “Silencing people, not to mention the President of the US, is what happens in China not our country. She added a hashtag Unbelievable to the post.

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Twitter on Friday suspended Trump’s personal and campaign account ‘Team Trump’ in wake of Wednesday’s riots at Capitol Hill that resulted in at least five people loosing their lives.

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The social media outlet also took down the tweets instantly from the official POTUS account that read, “We will not be SILENCED! Twitter is not about FREE SPEECH.”

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