Twitter tossed President Donald Trump Friday, banning the commander in chief indefinitely after violence in Washington, D.C.While the social media platform has been embraced as a public forum, it’s actually a private company.“People have become so accustomed to using it, when someone gets tossed off the platform they’re a little bit surprised by that; some say, ‘Oh it’s a bridge in my free speech.’ That’s
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