Twitter suspended an account linked to Iran’s supreme leader after it promoted the assassination of Trump

Twitter permanently suspended an account connected to Iran’s preeminent chief after it advanced a video portraying the death of previous President Donald Trump, as indicated by a report.

​”The account referred to has been for all time suspended for disregarding our boycott avoidance policy,” a Twitter representative told news on Saturday, alluding to the account @KhameneiSite.

The social media giant said its main concern is keeping individuals protected and securing the strength of discussions on the platform.

The account, connected to supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, posted a vivified video of a robot last week focusing on Trump as he is playing golf close to Mar-a-Lago, his resort in Florida.

The clasp called for vengeance for the demise of Iranian Gen. Qassem Soleimani, the officer of the tip top Quds Force who was killed in a robot strike requested by Trump close to the Baghdad air terminal on Jan. 3, 2020.

In the video, named “Vengeance is Definite,” a robot spots Trump playing golf with a little group and brings in a drone strike.

Minutes before the robot hits Trump, wearing a red cap, and what gives off an impression of being previous Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, they get an instant message that says: “Solemani’s murderer and the one who gave the order will pay the price.”

Khamenei has more than once promised to kill Trump over the killing of Iran’s top general. ​

The previous president, who has been suspended by Twitter as a result of his posts about the Capitol riot, and his allies have asked the stage to make a move against Iran for calling for violence against Israel and the US.

Different accounts related with Khamenei are as yet on the online.