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Facebook, Instagram ban QAnon conspiracy-linked accounts
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“There are some break-glass options available to us if there really is an extremely chaotic and, worse still, violent set of circumstances” -- Facebook's Nick Glegg
Trump is attacking the Drudge Report on Twitter. The conservative media aggregator, one of Trump's earliest allies, has been taking a more critical stance of late.
Facebook's monthly report for August detailed the removal of a small network of fake accounts with links to the Russian government attempting to build up a fake news agency.
Kayleigh McEnany said President Trump never mentions QAnon and says the media is focusing too much on his links to the conspiracy theories.
The social network claims that adherents to the fringe conspiracy theory have recently begun celebrating and glorifying acts of violence, a violation of the company's content policies.
As with anyone critical of him, Trump and his allies did what they could to try and undermine three books released by two former associates and his niece that painted an unflattering picture of the president.