YouTube CEO addresses when Trump’s ban will be lifted

Appearing at an event hosted by think tank Atlantic Council, YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki s said Trump’s ban from the site when “risk of violence has decreased.”

Wojcicki said “I do want to confirm that we will lift the suspension of the channel … when we determine that the risk of violence has decreased.”

However, she signaled this may not be any time soon due ton continued concerns.

“It’s pretty clear right now,” Wojcicki said, “that there is still an elevated risk of violence.”

When Trump is reinstated it will have a “strike” against it and could still be permanently banned if 2 more “strikes” are earned within 90 days under the company’s “three strike” policy.