YouTube said it had stopped Rudy Giuliani, the lawyer for former US President Donald Trump, for the second time in two months after he “made false statements about stealing the elections.”
A spokeswoman for the site said in a statement that Giuliani, who has sought to cancel the election as Trump’s lawyer, will not be allowed to upload new videos for two weeks.
“We removed content from Rudy Giuliani’s channel for violating the regulated sale of goods policy, which bans content that facilitates the use of nicotine and the Presidential Election Integrity Policy. In addition, we have issued a warning against Rudy W. Giuliani, which temporarily restricts the uploading of video clips or broadcasting. direct”.
Giuliani was suspended from YouTube in January after he published “baseless allegations about the elections,” according to the Hollywood Reporter.