Subtitles section Play video Print subtitles YouTube announced Tuesday it suspended US President Donald Trump's channel as it violated policies against inciting violence after last week's deadly riot at the U. S Capitol. YouTube joined several social media companies which have taken action against the president and some of his supporters for encouraging or engaging in last week's violence. Twitter and Facebook have removed Trump's accounts, and both have been eliminating content supporting last week's assault. In a statement, YouTube said Trump's channel is now banned from uploading new videos or live streams for at least a week, which may be extended. It's going to be a catastrophic mistake for them. The YouTube ban comes shortly after Trump blasted big tech companies on Tuesday. He accused them of being divisive after their unprecedented crackdown on conspiracy theorists and fringe groups. In an urgent effort to prevent further unrest, Twitter has suspended more than 70,000 accounts dedicated to Q A Non, a conspiracy group which states that Trump is secretly fighting a cab. All of child sex predators, an Amazon said it's working to remove some Q and on products from its online marketplace. Meanwhile, apple, Google and Amazon have all suspended parlor Ah pro Trump app, where users have threatened more violence from their respective APP stores and Web hosting services.