US President Donald Trump will be banned from YouTube for another seven days, the company reports Tuesday.
During that period, the outgoing government leader will no longer be able to upload new videos or start live streams.
"Due to our constant concerns about new violence, Donald J. Trump's YouTube channel will be blocked for an additional seven days," the company said in a statement.
The reaction option under previous videos also remains disabled.
YouTube suspended Trump's account a week ago for violating platform rules.
The account would initially be blocked for a week.
The reason for the blockade is the storming of the Capitol, two weeks ago.
Facebook and Instagram indefinitely suspended Trump's accounts for this reason.
Twitter permanently suspended Trump's account.
On Wednesday, Trump is leaving the White House to make way for Democratic President Joe Biden.
He and his wife Melania will not be present at the swearing-in.
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