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Forbes Sends Warning to Companies Looking to Hire Trump's Press Secretaries

Forbes has given an ultimatum to companies who are interested in hiring people who have been working for President Donald Trump throughout the last four years.

The outlet published an article by chief content officer and editor Randall Lane this week titled, “A Truth Reckoning: Why We’re Holding Those Who Lied For Trump Accountable.”

In his article, Lane talked about the events that happened at the Capitol building in D.C. on Wednesday. He said, “Yesterday’s insurrection was rooted in lies. That a fair election was stolen. That a significant defeat was actually a landslide victory. That the world’s oldest democracy, ingeniously insulated via autonomous state voting regimens, is a rigged system. Such lies-upon-lies, repeated frequently and fervently, provided the kindling, the spark, the gasoline.”

Lane listed out all of Trump‘s press secretaries throughout his presidency, who he says helped spread the president’s lies. The four press secretaries were Sean Spicer, Sarah Huckabee Sanders, Stephanie Grisham, and Kayleigh McEnany.

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MySpace's Tom Anderson Reacts to Memes About Donald Trump Joining MySpace

Tom Anderson (aka “MySpace Tom”), who is one of the co-founders of the social media company MySpace, is reacting to all the memes about Donald Trump signing up for the service.

After Trump was banned from Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram, lots of people have been making jokes about where he will go next to reach his followers.

One meme shows Trump sitting in front of a computer screen with the MySpace logo pictured on it. The caption reads, “@MySpaceTom about to get a new friend.”

Tom reposted the meme on his Twitter account and simply captioned it with the thinking face emoji, 🤔.

Back in 2003, Tom founded MySpace with Chris DeWolfe and he later became the company’s president and then a strategic adviser until his departure in 2009. He gained his nickname because he automatically was assigned as each user’s first “friend” when they created a profile.

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Donald Trump Tried to Return to Twitter on Different Account, But His Tweets Were Immediately Deleted

Donald Trump was permanently banned from Twitter on Friday afternoon (January 8) and he tried to return to the social media app just two hours later on a different account.

While the @realDonaldTrump account is now gone from Twitter, Trump is still technically the account owner of the @POTUS page, which is an official government account.

Almost exactly two hours after being banned by Twitter, Trump sent out a series of messages on the @POTUS account, but the tweets were almost immediately deleted.

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Celebs React to Donald Trump Being Banned from Twitter

Celebrities are speaking out in response to the news that Donald Trump has been permanently banned from Twitter.

People have been calling for the social media company to ban Trump for years after a long history of dangerous tweets and it finally has happened.

Most people seem to be celebrating the news and lots of celebs are poking fun at the president as well. Chrissy Teigen‘s reaction was an endless “HAHA” on her Twitter page.

Frozen‘s Josh Gad said that the next thing we need to do is get the nuclear codes out of Trump‘s hands.

Billy Eichner jokingly called out Twitter’s Jack Dorsey in his tweet and said, “please take me next I need to get the hell off of here I have things to do.”

Read more tweets below.

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Donald Trump 'Permanently Suspended' from Twitter - Read the Official Statement

President Donald Trump is officially gone from Twitter.

The social media company has made the decision to “permanently” suspend Trump‘s account “due to the risk of further incitement of violence.”

Trump‘s Twitter account was previously locked for 12 hours after the events in Washington, D.C. on Wednesday (January 6) and now he will no longer be able to tweet from his personal page, which had more than 88 million followers.

Facebook and Instagram already announced an “indefinite” ban on Trump‘s accounts.

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Capitol Police Officer Dies Due to Injuries, Marking Fifth Death in Pro-Trump U.S. Capitol Breach

U.S. Capitol police officer Brian D. Sicknick has died, marking the fifth person to pass away amid the violent takeover of the building by Trump supporters on Wednesday (January 6).

The officer died on Thursday night (January 7) from injuries sustained while “physically engaging” with the rioters, via the New York Times.

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He is only the fourth member of the force to be killed in the line of duty since its founding two centuries ago.

“The circumstances surrounding Mr. Sicknick‘s death were not immediately clear, and the Capitol Police said only that he had ‘passed away due to injuries sustained while on duty.’ At some point in the chaos — with the mob rampaging through the halls of Congress while lawmakers were forced to hide under their desks — he was struck with a fire extinguisher, according to two law enforcement officials,” the news outlet reported.

“He returned to his division office and collapsed. He was taken to a local hospital, where he succumbed to his injuries,” the police said in a statement.

Trump, who finally conceded to losing the election amid violence, recently revealed something about the upcoming inauguration ceremony.

Trump Will Not Attend Biden's Inauguration Ceremony

President Donald Trump is breaking from tradition.

The 74-year-old President of the United States confirmed on Friday (January 8) that he will not be attending President-Elect Joe Biden‘s inauguration ceremony on January 20, following months of failed lawsuits and baseless allegations of voter fraud in an attempt to overturn the election results.

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“To all of those who have asked, I will not be going to the Inauguration on January 20th,” he wrote on Twitter.

One day before, Trump finally conceded in a speech following a violent siege of the U.S. Capitol by his supporters on Wednesday (January 6). In the speech, Trump condemned his supporters who stormed into the Capitol building this week and participated in acts of violence and destruction. He told “those who broke the law” that they “will pay.”

Still, Trump has pledged to his supporters that this is not the end of their journey together.