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Donald Trump: Twitter blocks account "permanently" - Democrats drive impeachment

After Donald Trump's supporters stormed the Capitol, the short message service Twitter said it had permanently blocked the most important account of the elected US president. The reason is the "risk of further incitement to violence," said Twitter on Friday evening. Twitter has been Trump's most important communication platform. He used the platform several times a day to address his supporters and the world public directly. More than 87 million people followed the president on his @realDonaldTrump account.

Critics accuse Trump of inciting his supporters to attack the Capitol at a rally on Wednesday. Five people were killed in the riot. The tweets on the @realDonaldTrump account were no longer accessible on Friday evening. Instead, the message "Account blocked" appeared there. Twitter specifically listed two tweets from the president on Friday to justify the new ban.

In one of these tweets, Trump wrote - partly in capital letters - that the 75 million "great American patriots" who would have voted for him in the election would have a "powerful vote" well into the future. They would not be disparaged or treated unfairly in any way. In a second tweet, Trump announced that he would be absent from the inauguration of his successor Joe Biden on January 20.