The social network Snapchat, which is very popular with young people, was accused Wednesday, Donald Trump is to incite “racial violence” and said no longer doing the promotion of his messages, said a spokesperson.
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The message of the american president, however, remain visible to subscribers in their account and will appear when a user does a specific search.
“We’re not going to amplify voices that incite to racial violence and injustice in making their free promotion on Discover” the info thread of the network, said the company.
More details will follow…