President-elect Donald Trump has used Twitter to communicate with his followers and go on early morning rants, but the social media platform told Slate recently that the incoming president could be banned from the site.

On Twitter, Trump has attacked the media, insulted women and spread inaccurate information. After the first presidential debate, the GOP nominee went on a rant about former Miss Universe Alicia Machado, calling her “disgusting.” He recently tweeted, “I won the popular vote if you deduct the millions of people who voted illegally” — a claim that has been debunked.

Although his tweets may get people mad, he doesn’t violate Twitter’s rules against harassment, threats and “hateful conduct.”

But Twitter is still keeping an eye on him, according to Slate.

“The Twitter Rules prohibit violent threats, harassment, hateful conduct, and multiple account abuse, and we will take action on accounts violating those policies,” a company spokesperson told Slate via email.

When asked if Trump could potentially be banned if he violates Twitter’s policies, the company said, “The Twitter Rules apply to all accounts, including verified accounts.”

Trump wouldn’t be the first to be banned from the site.

Milo Yiannopoulos, an editor at the conservative news website Breitbart, was banned in July after he tweeted that Ghostbusters actress Leslie Jones was “barely literate,” and urged his followers to attack Jones. After the actress was pelted with racist and sexist remarks she reported Yiannopoulos for the abuse.

Twitter has recently taken new steps to curb online bullying by expanding its “mute” function and making it easier to report online abuse. The company said earlier this month that online abuse on its platform has “risen sharply” over the years. On the same day Twitter introduced new steps to curb online abuse, the company removed numerous alt-right accounts.