Former US President Donald Trump to be reinstated on Twitter as decision poll hits 1m within one hour; “yes” is leading

Twitter team may reconsider reinstating the account of the former president of United States, Donald Trump, as a poll to help the team make it’s decision hit 1 million within an hour since tweeted by Elon Musk.

Majority of Twitter users are voting in favor of Trump’s reinstatement. Though, the decision will be decided by the Twitter team where consider the result of the poll and reinstate Trump or maintain the former policy.

Trump’s offense

Following his characterization of those who stormed the US Capitol as “patriots,” Mr. Trump was denied access to his account for a 12-hour period on Wednesday.

As the US Congress attempted to recognize Joe Biden’s victory in the presidential election, hundreds of his supporters entered the complex. Four civilians and a police officer died in the ensuing fighting.

Twitter had then threatened to “permanently” ban Mr. Trump if he broke the platform’s rules once again.

Mr. Trump issued two tweets on Friday after being given permission to use Twitter once more, which the business cited as the breaking point.

He stated in one: “A GIANT VOICE will be heard for a very long time from the 75,000,000 wonderful American Patriots who voted for me, AMERICA FIRST, and MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN. In no way, shape, or form will they be disrespected or subjected to unfair treatment!”

This tweet “is being interpreted as further evidence that President Trump does not intend to facilitate an ‘orderly transition,'” according to Twitter.

In the next, the president tweeted: “To all of those who have asked, I will not be going to the Inauguration on January 20th.”

Twitter said this was “being received by a number of his supporters as further confirmation that the election was not legitimate”.

Twitter said both of these tweets were “in violation of the Glorification of Violence Policy”.

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After Twitter had banned his @realDonaldTrump account, Mr Trump tweeted from the US president’s official @Potus account suggesting he would “look at the possibilities of building out our own platform in the future” and railing against Twitter.

But the tweets were removed from the platform as soon as they were posted.

Jason Miller, a 2020 campaign advisor for Donald Trump, tweeted in response to the ban: “Disgusting… if you don’t think they’re coming for you next, you’re mistaken.”

Grace Owell

Written by Grace Owell

Grace Owell is an expert freelance writer from Texas, United States of America. Her expertise measures solely on personal finance and health articles. She currently writes for

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