Twitter stock falls days after social media platform bans Trump

The shares fell at the beginning of the opening bell Monday

(ABC News) — Shares of Twitter tumbled at the opening bell today after it permanently kicked President Donald trump off the social media platform.
in addition to Twitter banning Trump, the conservative Twitter-like app Parler has been removed from most major app stores.

ABC’s Rebecca Jarvis has more on the implications of such moves.

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