Facebook bans Trump again after he borrows daughter-in-law’s page

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Donald Trump has been kicked off of Facebook a second time after Media Matters for America raised questions about his appearances on daughter-in-law Lara’s page. Facebook has removed an interview with the former president that was posted by Lara Trump, who is married to Eric Trump. Lara posted screenshots of emails that appear to be from Facebook (complete with an obligatory 1984 reference), saying that a video of the interview was removed because it featured “the voice of Donald Trump,” along with a warning that posting further content would result in account limitations.

The full text of the purported email from Facebook is below:

Hi folks,
We are reaching out to let you know that we removed content from Lara Trump’s Facebook Page that…

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