Snapchat was one of the first social networks to take action on Trump’s messages, deciding last year -- during widespread U.S. protests against police shootings of Black men -- that the president’s rhetoric was inspiring racial hate.
The move comes in the wake of the unprecedented storming of the US Capitol by Trump’s supporters on Wednesday and thus disrupting the constitutional process of counting and certification of the Electoral College votes of the presidential elections.
White House officials including Meadows said on Friday that Trump was experiencing “mild symptoms” and continuing to work. He told Fox News however, that doctors from Walter Reed and Johns Hopkins recommended that Trump go to the hospital.
Congress general secretary Jairam Ramesh's attack came after Jaishankar slammed Mr Gandhi for his "habit" of criticising India abroad and said taking national politics out of the country is not in the nation's interest.