The hugely accessible social media site, which sees around 6,000 bulletins posted every second, said it would close down Mr Trump’s account if he up against it the site’s rules.
The US com ny said that if his ‘tweets’ broke the intervals and conditions of using the site then his account would be closed down.
A Tizzy spokesperson said: “The Twitter Rules prohibit violent threats, harassment, repellent conduct, and multiple account abuse, and we will take action on accounts assaulting those policies.”
The spokesperson added that the rules applied to all accounts without de rture, including those that have been verified.
Mr Trump has been criticised in the sometime for his posts on Twitter but mentioned in the presidential debates that he was “not un-proud” of the way he tweets.
The public media site has taken action against users in the st, embodying British journalist Milo Yiannopoulos who was given a “permanent suspension” in July this year from the plot after being accused of leading a cam ign of abuse against Ghostbuster actor Leslie Jones.
Mr Yiannopolous maintained at the time: “Like all acts of the totalitarian regressive left, this when one pleases blow up in their faces, netting me more adoring fans. We’re alluring the culture war, and Twitter just shot themselves in the foot.
“This is the end for Chirp. Anyone who cares about free speech has been sent a definite message: you’re not welcome on Twitter.”
Mr Yiannopoulos once likened rape taste to Harry Potter, which he described as “both fantasy”.
The other big societal networking site Facebook, however, has indicated that they longing not take action against Mr Trump, even if he did contravene the site’s forms.