Trump and Meta had been in a big misunderstanding as he became a simple citizen other than a president.
Meta is attempting to make a judgment on whether to reinstate Donald Trump on Facebook and Instagram. This is likely to be the most contentious choice Meta will have to make, and it will have to suffer consequences regardless of whatever option it makes.
A person with knowledge of the situation informed the UK daily that Meta will make this choice later this month. A team led by the then-vice president for global affairs and communications, Nick Clegg, ruled that Trump’s “actions constituted a severe violation of our rules which merit the highest penalty available.”
Trump’s destiny, as he prepares for a White House run in 2024, will be the most difficult test of power for Meta’s president of global affairs, Nick Clegg. After taking on an expanded position as the company’s policy leader in February, the former UK deputy prime minister will supervise the decision.
According to those familiar with the firm’s operations, the corporation has formed a working group to address the issue. Staff from the public policy and communications teams, as well as the content policy team led by Monika Bickert and the safety and integrity teams managed by Guy Rosen, are part of the group.
The FT said that Meta had originally promised to disclose whether Trump’s suspension would be removed on January 7, 2023, but that decision is now likely to be delayed until later in the month.