The President made national headlines earlier this week when he issued a stark warning to Kim Jong Un regarding America's unwillingness to co-exist with a nuclear-armed North Korea; saying the USA has a much "bigger and more powerful" arsenal at its disposal.
The company's response comes after President Trump posted a tweet about North Korea, which led to calls for him to be banished from the site. In September, he tweeted: "Just heard Foreign Minister of North Korea speak at U.N. If he echoes thoughts of Little Rocket Man, they won't be around much longer!"
The company has previously said that it considers whether a post is newsworthy and of public interest before deciding whether to remove it.
The rule in question is this: "You may not make specific threats of violence or wish for the serious physical harm, death, or disease of an individual or group of people".
First blue moon total eclipse in 150 years coming January 31
That doesn't actually mean it will look any different - but rather that it's the second time there's been a full moon in a month. The darkest fragment of Earth's shadow created by the moon entering the umbra part shall happen at 4:08 a.m.
But according to Twitter's ever-evolving and sometimes seemingly contradictory rules, Trump's threat was too vague. "Instead, we may review and take action against that content under our abusive behavior and hateful conduct policies".
On Tuesday night in San Francisco, protesters projected a message directed at Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey on Twitter's main building. The group, which said some of its members have theater and technology backgrounds, was planning a protest at Twitter headquarters Wednesday night.
Twitter released a statement Friday after a number of Twitter users said the January 2 tweet threatening nuclear war violated Twitter's revised Terms of Service, launching a campaign to stomp out violent threats on their platform, often by shutting down offending accounts.
The White House did not immediately respond to a request for comment on Twitter's statement.
Caitlyn Jenner doesn't trust Kardashians
When asked if that was true, Caitlyn said: "No". "I don't talk to the Kardashians anymore", Cait admitted to Piers . Why?" To a trans person that's not amusing - you don't make a joke about that.
The outcry seems to be more widespread online.
Some on Twitter have pointed out what they see as an alleged double-standard being perpetrated. Trump's repeated Twitter attacks on individuals and businesses have led numerous president's critics to argue that he has violated the platform's rules.
This is not the first time Twitter has been criticized for "enabling" the president. "Any time we have any leader tweet, including Trump, there's a very interesting and thriving conversation".
HP Issues Recall of 50000 Laptop Batteries Due to Fire Risk
HP says the batteries are not customer replaceable, and that it will replace them for free with an authorized technician. In the meantime, HP recommends updating the BIOS and enabling Battery Safety, which will pop up when rebooting.