Trump is already suspended by a large number of social media such as Facebook, Twitter and Snapchat.
It’s because of “concerns about the continuing risk of violence” and because Trump has violated the guidelines of the world’s largest video sharing platform.
It informs Youtube on Wednesday morning Danish time.
The American media CNBC has tried to obtain a comment from Youtube, which has not immediately returned the media’s inquiries about which video violates the guidelines.
Unable to comment
The suspension is not final and the channel can still be accessed.
The platform has a rule that three more violations are required before people are definitively excluded.
However, according to the New York Times and the news agency Reuters, the exclusion has a number of other consequences.
Among other things, it is no longer possible to comment on Trump’s videos. It applies indefinitely.
New content has also been removed from the channel, but it is not immediately clear what Trump has shared.
Trump will also not be able to livestream next week.
Excluded by multiple media
The exclusion comes after Trump supporters’ storming of Congress last week in which five people died.
Before the building was stormed, Donald Trump in a speech to protesters had urged them to march on Capitol Hill and protest the outcome of the presidential election.
On the night of Saturday Danish time, Twitter permanently closed President Donald Trump’s profile on social media.
It happened as a direct consequence of the riots at Congress.
Facebook and Instagram have also chosen to exclude Trump indefinitely for the same reason.