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On the opening day, Twitter will transfer the Potash account to Joe Biden

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President-elect Joe Biden will secure control of Twitter’s official @Potas account and others linked to the White House on January 20 – Donald Trump has since admitted he lost the election.

On the opening day, the Biden team will receive accounts including ছাড়াও Potash, সহ Whitehouse, @ VP, Flotus and @ PressSec. Twitter’s plans were first reported by Politico.

“Twitter is actively preparing to support the transition to the White House’s official Twitter accounts on January 20, 2021,” a Twitter representative said Friday. “As we have done for the presidential change in 2017, this process is being done in close consultation with the National Archives and Records administration.”

In the two weeks since the news of Biden’s victory in the 2020 US presidential election broke, Trump and his allies have continued their conspiracy theories about widespread voter fraud without any credible evidence (which has flagged Trump’s numerous tweets on Twitter) as controversial or misleading.

Following Trump’s resignation, Twitter will lose the special concessions it made to political leaders, under which social network flags would be considered (but not removed), a policy violation for regular users, CEO Jack Dorsey said at a Senate hearing this week. “If the account [holder] Suddenly there is no world leader, that special policy goes away, ”Dorsey said.

বর্তমানেPOTUS currently has 32.8 million followers on Twitter, while Trump has 88.9 million on his personal @RealDonaldTrump account.

After Barack Obama left office in 2017, his administration’s tweets on the @Potas account were archived in a new account, Pots 44, And Vice President Biden’s tweets have been removed from @VP VP 44Both are maintained by the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA).

An @pots4545 account on Twitter, which will probably keep Trump’s official tweets at the Oval Office, is currently set up as a placeholder.

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