The White House refused to be nostalgic about Trump’s tweets

The White House refused to be nostalgic about Trump's tweets

White House press secretary Jen Psaki said that the administration refused to be nostalgic about tweets of former head of state Donald Trump.

“I can’t say we miss him on Twitter,” she said.

Asked whether current U.S. President Joe Biden supports the indefinite blocking of Trump’s account, she noted that Twitter made the decision on its own. At the same time, the American head has repeatedly pointed to the need to reduce the amount of “hate speech” on social media, Psaki added.

On January 9, Twitter indefinitely blocked the account of Donald Trump, who was then president of the United States. The page was frozen permanently because of the “risk of further incitement to violence.” In addition, the management of the social network promised to block the account of any user who gives Trump the floor.