Facebook VP Defends Trump Suspension As Reasonable And Proportionate

 

The social media giant said last week the former president was now suspended for two years.

Nick Clegg speaks at a press conference.
Nick Clegg, Facebook’s vice president of global affairs, said the decision was not based on “which side of the political aisle is going to agree or disagree more with us.” | Kirsty Wigglesworth/AP Photo

Defending Facebook’s latest ruling on the former president, executive Nick Clegg said Sunday that the two-year suspension of Donald Trump reflected improved processes.

“Our job is not to take the decisions with an eye to, you know, which side of the political aisle is going to agree or disagree more with us, but just to do so in a way that is fair, transparent and proportionate,” said Clegg, Facebook’s vice president of global affairs.

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