The social network company Meta has announced the return of the former President of the United States, Donald Trump, to his Facebook and Instagram networks, after being suspended for two years.
In their press release posted on their website, Meta has stated that it will allow Trump to return to its networks in a few weeks from now.
"Social media is based on the belief that open debate and the free flow of ideas are important values, especially at a time when they are under threat in many parts of the world," Nick Clegg, Meta's president, wrote.
The suspension was passed on January 7, 2021, a day after Trump supporters stormed the White House in an attempt to disrupt the ratification of the 2020 presidential election, which the Republican party lost to the Democratic Joe Biden.
In one of his last Facebook posts before his suspension, Trump spread false information about the election results that the results were fraudulent.
He also used the platform to criticize his vice president, Mike Pence, who was overseeing the approval of the vote.