Twitter CEO 'bought by Chinese propaganda, Islamists nation', says Kangana Ranaut after Trump ban

Twitter Inc deleted new tweets on official government account @POTUS, booted Trump's personal account off permanently.

Twitter CEO 'bought by Chinese propaganda, Islamists nation', says Kangana Ranaut after Trump ban

Bollywood actor Kangana Ranaut. File photo.

Tribune Web Desk
Chandigarh, January 10

Bollywood actor Kangana Ranaut on Sunday slammed Twitter CEO, Jack Dorsey, for "intolerance" and said he was "bought" by "Islamists nation and Chinese propaganda".

Ranaut's tweet came a day after US President Donald Trump was banned from the microblogging site.

Quote-tweeting Dosrey's post from 2015, Ranuat said: "No you don’t,Islamists nation and Chinese propaganda has bought you completely, you only stand for your petty gains. You shamelessly show intolerance for anything other than what they want. U are nothing but a little slave of your own greeds. Don’t preach again its embarrassing."

Twitter Inc deleted new tweets posted by U.S. President Donald Trump on official government account @POTUS on Saturday and suspended the account of his presidential campaign, after booting his personal account off the platform permanently.

A Twitter spokeswoman said the company had “taken enforcement action on thousands of accounts that were attempting to undermine the public conversation and cause real-world harm”.

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