Nick Clegg was trending on Twitter on the 8th after he had tweeted a Facebook message supporting Mark Zuckerberg’s move at Facebook to ban / suspend Donald Trump on Facebook.
More directly, Nick Clegg reaffirmed the Facebook boss and said:
After yesterday’s violence at the U.S. Capitol, we’ve determined that the risks of allowing President Trump to continue using our service are simply too great.Nick Clegg
The move to block the President on social media was after the violence that occurred in the U.S Capitol where 5 people died and more were seriously injured on January, 6th 2021.
Social media giants like Facebook have been announcing bans on Mr. Trump’s social media profiles – with Twitter even going as far as removing content on the @POTUS handle.