Since social media platforms pulled Donald Trump’s access, the US President has lost his preferred method of talking to his supporters.
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The decision has sparked a debate about free speech, not just in the US, but here in Australia too.
Acting Prime Minister Michael McCormack has criticised Twitter for censoring President Trump, saying it shows double standards.
Matthew Doran reports.
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