The US platform explained that Donald Trump’s account could not be recovered by institutions such as the National Archives because personal information was deleted for violating its regulations.
Madrid (Portaltic/EP)-Twitter’s rejection of former US President Donald Trump’s Twitter post was permanently blocked in January and the post can be recovered by the U.S. National Archives.
The US platform explained that Donald Trump’s account cannot be recovered by institutions such as the National Archives because the archive was cancelled for violation of the rules following the collection of the political website.
The agency will restore the publication of the official accounts of the outgoing political office, and if it does not violate the norms, it can archive other members of the Trump administration in a conventional manner.
The process of officially archiving accounts will allow Twitter users to view and share Trump’s tweets again, something that has never happened since he was suspended.
When the Senate confirmed the current President Biden, Twitter permanently suspended Trump’s account on January 8 after supporters of the outgoing Republican president attacked the U.S. Capitol.