Transcript for Trump loses partnerships, faces social media bans in fallout after Capitol attack
Now the social media crackdown in the aftermath of the capitol hill siege. In addition to Twitter banning president trump the conservative app Parler has been removed from most major app stores. Rebecca Jarvis has the latest there. Reporter: This morning, president trump's social media has been silenced. Twitter the platform where the president boasted a following of more than 88 million making the unprecedented move to ban him permanently following similar bans by Facebook, Instagram. Trump doubling down in a statement accusing Twitter of banning free speech, adding, we will not be silenced. In response, many conservative saying they'll move to social media to self-proclaimed free speech app Parler, until it was removed by both apple and A billion-dollar company. Poof it's gone. More than just the financial aspect to that, Republicans have no way to communicate. Reporter: The ban leaving some to ask, if first amendment rights are being violate zbld these are private companies, they're not public squares. A lot of people who are complaining, many of whom work in congress haven't read it. It doesn't say that Facebook or Twitter or apple or anybody should make no law. They can do whatever they want. They're private businesses. Reporter: Now Amazon web services that host Parler now suspending service to Parler. Parler CEO calling the move an attempt to completely remove free speech off the internet. And overnight the PGA announcing it's cancelling plans to host the 2022 PGA championship at the trump national golf club in bedminster saying it would be detrimental to the brand. George. The fallout continues. In the wake of last week's capitol siege, new threats to
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