Facebook and Instagram have suddenly restored access to the accounts of U.S. sitting President Donald Trump. Previously blocked entries began appearing again when accessing the page on Saturday, Jan. 16.
It is unknown at this point whether Trump has access to his pages.
On Jan. 7, Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg announced that Trump’s Facebook and Instagram accounts would remain frozen for the rest of his term as U.S. president.
On January 8, Twitter deleted Trump’s account. Earlier, his pages were blocked by social networks Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat and Twitch.
Twitter administration restricted the access of the American leader to the platform after the publication, in which he called for calm amid protests in Washington, and a video message urging supporters to disperse. The microblogging service also blocked the function of retweeting the post with the video message because of the “risk of violence.
After the blocking of the account of the incumbent U.S. president, Twitter shares fell in price by nearly 11% at the opening of the first trading session on January 12.