U.S. White House press secretary Jen Psaki spoke at a briefing, revealing that the current administration does not miss Donald Trump’s tweets. In doing so, Psaki allowed for the caveat of calling Trump president.
“That may be hard to believe, we don’t spend a lot of time talking or thinking about President Trump,” Psaki said.
True, Psaki then corrected herself. And clarified that Trump is a former president of the United States.
Psaki asked to redirect questions about Donald Trump to members of the Republican Party.
Journalists asked Psaki if current President Joe Biden supports freezing Trump’s Twitter account. The White House spokeswoman said the decision to block the former president’s page was made by the company itself. At the same time, she noted that Biden is in favor of reducing “hate speech” in social networks.
Recall that on January 6, supporters of the 45th President rioted in Washington and temporarily seized the Capitol. After that, many social networks in the U.S., including Twitter and Facebook, blocked Trump’s accounts because they believe that his publications could provoke further violence.