U.S. President Donald Trump waves as he departs following a gathering of the American Workforce Coverage Advisory Board within the East Room on the White Home in Washington, June 26, 2020.Tom Brenner | ReutersAmazon’s video web site Twitch, primarily used to stream e-sports, briefly banned President Donald Trump from its platform Monday, citing “hateful conduct” in his posts. Twitch pointed to feedback made at two rallies that led to its determination. At a marketing campaign rally in 2016, which was lately rebroadcast on the platform, Trump mentioned Mexico was sending over its dangerous actors, similar to rapists or drug sellers. Twitch additionally pointed to Trump’s current Tulsa rally, the place he instructed a fictional story of a ‘powerful hombre’ invading somebody’s dwelling.”Hateful conduct shouldn’t be allowed on Twitch. According to our insurance policies, President Trump’s channel has been issued a short lived suspension from Twitch for feedback made on stream, and the offending content material has been eliminated,” a Twitch spokesperson instructed CNBC.The Verge first reported the information of the president’s ban. It is unclear how lengthy Trump’s account might be suspended. The Trump marketing campaign had joined the platform final yr with a view to stream its rallies and occasions. The corporate mentioned when Trump’s channel was began that it didn’t exempt political or newsworthy content material when eradicating content material. The transfer comes days after Twitch mentioned it might clamp down on harassment on its platform following allegations of sexual abuse and harassment. — CNBC’s J.R. Reed contributed to this report. Subscribe to CNBC on YouTube.