Political implications of Trump’s Facebook suspension

It will be at least two years before former President Trump will be able to use his Facebook account. The social media company suspended him on January 7 for inciting violence. Mr. Trump said the Facebook decision was an insult to all the people who voted for him. But the ruling also goes well beyond the former president. Nancy Cordes reports.

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