On Sunday, the United States President Donald Trump took once again to Twitter accused of gagging conservation voices as a “Giant Mistake!”, which he runs counter to ‘freedom of expression’.

President Trump wrote, “Twitter should let the banned Conservative Voices back onto their platform, without restriction.”

“It’s called Freedom of Speech, remember. You are making a Giant Mistake!” it reads.

Twitter, and other social media platforms like Facebook, YouTube, and Instagram have recently blocked personalities alleged of inciting violence and using the social media platform to promote racism, anti-Semitism, and conspiracy theories.

These decisions were taken after pressure from critics, who reported that the social networks are not quickly acting to eliminate shocking or problematic materials.

Those who were banned from one or more social media platforms include Alex Jones, who introduced conspiracy theories towards the US President, and Paul Nehlen, who is a white supremacist ran unsuccesfully in Republican primaries for a seat in US Congressional.

However, it is not the first time that President Trump has accused Facebook, Twitter or Google of discrimination against social media users.

Donald Trump’s Twitter account is followed by over 61 million people, regularly attacks the social media giant as politically biased or as he recent tweets, “sooo on the side of the Radical Left Democrats.”

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