President Trump has found himself almost completely off of social media after he was banned from Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram.

Now people are calling on YouTube to do the same, as it seems to be the last spot for Trump to get his words out to the public.

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The calls for action started after Borat star Sacha Baron Cohen sent out a tweet about the matter, asking the platform to "do the right thing." 

It is not yet known if YouTube plans to take any action against the president's account, but if they decide to follow in the footsteps of Facebook and Twitter, Trump will be banned until at least January 20, the day Joe Biden gets inaugurated.

Trump has not yet taken advantage of the video platform since he was banned from other social media, as it's been three days since he posted his latest video where he assures a "smooth, orderly, and seamless transfer of power." 

On Friday, YouTube banned Steve Bannon's popular podcast show, War Room, shortly after Rudy Giuliani appeared on the show following the Capitol riots. 


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