This was to show support for the company's decision, made last Friday, to permanently suspend Donald Trump from the platform.
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The company says they froze his account due to the risk of further incitement of violence after the violence that erupted on Jan. 6 in Washington D.C.
Twitter says since Friday, it has suspended 70,000 accounts for sharing Q-Anon content.
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