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Twitter May Ban Donald Trump Permanently If He Keeps Pushing 'Conspiracy Theories'

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If Donald Trump is officially kicked out of the White House, you know he’s not really going anywhere. The billionaire will remain in the spotlight, before most likely announcing his bid for 2024.

However, POTUS very well may have to find another place to talk directly to conservatives other than Twitter.

From The Daily Wire:

Twitter confirmed that they could clamp down harder on President Donald Trump’s personal Twitter account after he leaves office.

Trump will lose the protections that Twitter offers to world leaders when he becomes a private citizen, exposing him to the possibility of being more strictly moderated and possibly even banned if he continues to disseminate “conspiracy theories,” according to The Independent.

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Check this out, via The Daily Wire:

Speaking at the Museum of Modern Art Film Benefit this week after several stars paid tribute to his film career and philanthropy, Clooney looked upon the future of the country with eyes of hope.

Clueless Clooney said, “We have faced an overwhelming threat that has affected people all over the world. But what I want to say to all of you is that we’re going to get through it. This scourge that’s disrupted so many lives, it’s terrified us, wrecked our economy, left us feeling like there’s no hope.”

He added, “We will soon say goodbye to the dark ages. Goodbye to fear. Goodbye to doubt. Goodbye to the anxiety. Once this is over and Trump’s out of office, we should probably do something about COVID, too.”

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John Salvatore has been a Writer and Editor of multiple political blogs since early 2015. He earned his Master’s degree in Public Administration upon completion of a Bachelor’s degree in Political Science. A diehard Los Angeles Dodgers fan, John can be reached at [email protected].