Washington: Reacting to the suspension of Facebook and Instagram accounts, Donald Trump hinted at a major crackdown on Mark Zuckerberg if he is re-elected president.
According to a report by a foreign news agency, the management of popular social networking platforms Facebook and Instagram have suspended the accounts of former US President Donald Trump for two years in the wake of provocative posts and the attack on Parliament.
On social networking sites, Trump lashed out at Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg over a two-year suspension of accounts, saying he would not invite Facebook founder to a White House dinner if elected president.
According to media reports, the former US president added that now only business talks will take place.
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Former US President Mark Zuckerberg, the founder of Facebook, was invited to the White House for dinner in 2019 during his tenure.