Twitter Stock- National Archives shares censored Trump tweets on Twitter
The National Archives and Records Administration confirmed on Wednesday that Twitter was removed and is working to publish a tweet from former President Trump, who promised not to return to the platform.
NARA and Twitter have worked closely together for years to keep a record of government content posted to social media giants, but the ban on Trump’s personal accounts has complicated the problem.
A spokesperson for the National Archives said in a statement Wednesday, “NARA will provide us with public access to all captured and stored presidential records social media, including blocked or deleted tweets. “.
Twitter permanently suspends @REALDONALDTRUMP account
Still, Twitter and NARA state that the archives are separate from each other and different from each other, and only the National Archives of Japan shares tweets.
“Twitter is solely responsible for determining the content available on the platform,” the statement continued. “NARA works closely with Twitter and other social media platforms to maintain archived social accounts from Cheong Wa Dae, but eventually platform owners refuse to host these accounts. Yes. NARA is committed to keeping a copy of our platform-independent social media records and making their content available. We will make it publicly available. “
A Twitter spokeswoman said the company holds records “according to good law” but has no intention of resuming tweets from its @realDonaldTrump account following the controversial ban in January. It was.
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“Our team can confirm that we are working with NARA to store tweets from @realDonaldTrump. This is the standard for any management transition and is the same as before,” a spokeswoman said. I am.
“We have completely stopped @realDonaldTrump so that no matter how NARA decides to display the stored data, the account content will not appear on Twitter as before or like an archived admin account. Hmm. This service is an account that does not violate Twitter rules. “
Twitter announced that it would permanently suspend the former president’s account on January 8, two days after the deadly riots at the Washington, DC Parliament Building, which disrupted the parliamentary approval process for President Biden’s elections.
In a message posted on the site at the time, Twitter identified two tweets Trump made after the riot as violating the “Glory of Violence” policy.
“Our determination is taken as encouraging the two tweets above to inspire and encourage others to recreate the violence that took place on January 6, 2021. The conclusion is that there are multiple indicators that are understood.
However, the move has received intense criticism from advocates of freedom of speech on both sides of the aisle, from Trump 2020 campaign adviser Jason Miller to Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders on the far left.
“Look, you have a racist, a sexist, a alien exclusion, a liar, an authoritarian … a guy with bad news,” Sanders said in March, New York Times columnist Ezra Ezra. I told Klein. “But if you’re asking me, do I feel particularly comfortable that the then US President couldn’t express his view on Twitter? I’m not comfortable about it.”
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“Big Tech wants to cancel all 75 million @realDonaldTrump supporters,” Miller tweeted in January. “If you don’t think they’ll come for you next, you’re wrong.”
For years, Trump used Twitter to bypass the media and other information gatekeepers and communicate directly with Americans. However, some of his more intense tweets have sometimes gathered criticism from his own party, but much more often from the left.
Trump’s personal Twitter account had about 90 million followers when it was closed. During the 2020 presidential election, Twitter began attaching “fact-checking” warnings to some of Trump’s tweets. Messages containing unfounded allegations of fraudulent voting were tagged with a warning that “this allegation of election fraud is disputed.”
President Trump’s Twitter account is archived under the handle @ POTUS45 and will continue to appear on social media sites.