United States President Donald Trump’s YouTube channel has been suspended.
The move makes YouTube the latest social network to suspend controversial Trump, who will leave office on January 20.
Trump’s channel has been prevented from uploading new videos or live-streaming material for a minimum of seven days. However, Youtube may extend the suspension.
The firm, owned by Google, said the channel had broken its rules over the incitement of violence. Trump had posted several videos on Tuesday night, some of which remain online.
Trump has been banned on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.