Why is #RemoveTrumpJack trending on Twitter?

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TWITTER has once again sacked Donald Trump.

Trump had lost direct access to the social media platform in January after his supporters stormed the US Capitol on January 6.


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Why is #RemoveTrumpJack trending on Twitter?

Social media users were asking Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey to take action on May 5 after a Trump account began to share posts from the former president’s new “desk” page.

It is believed the Twitter account had been operated by a Trump PAC.

The account assured readers it was “Not Trump Tweeting, according to RT.com. Trump launched a new microsite in May titled “From the Desk of Donald Trump.”

He was banned from Twitter just weeks before he left the office for violating the social media platform’s guidelines.

Twitter users begged Dorsey and the platform to shut down Trump again after he apparently entered content through a “backdoor.”

As a result, #RemoveTrumpJack started to trend on Twitter.

“I have reported the account @DJTDesk, and encourage my followers to do the same,” one Twitter user wrote.

“@TwitterSupport Don’t let the former guy sneak back onto Twitter.”

Another person wrote: “Once bitten, twice shy! Allowing him back under any name is a mistake.”


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“Remove, eliminate, abolish, banish, and destroy it now, before it grows!” another person wrote.

Another person wrote: “Banned should mean banned, don’t let him ‘Barr’ you with a manipulative end game.”

Wrote another: “Shockingly, the former guy is breaking the rules again because he can’t handle how irrelevant he’s become, and is desperate for his lies and conspiracies to be back on social media.

“Write a tweet using the hashtag #RemoveTrumpJack and share to stop this nonsense.”

The campaign worked – the Twitter account would be shut down.

Additionally, it was announced on May 5 that Trump’s Facebook ban would continue.

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