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Colorado representatives praise, denounce Twitter ban of President Trump

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (KRDO) -- Several of Colorado's representatives took to Twitter to react to the tech company's decision to ban President Donald Trump.

Rep. Lauren Boebert, a Republican and a staunch supporter of Trump, said tech companies "should not have such massive power over global discourse."

Boebert also changed her personal Twitter account icon to an image of President Trump.

Rep. Ken Buck tweeted at Twitter's CEO and co-founder Jack Dorsey.

However, many Democratic Representatives remained silent on the issue. Instead, some Tweeted out their support of impeachment and invoking the 25th Amendment.

Senator Michael Bennet called on Pence:

Rep. Ed Perlmutter echoed Bennet's sentiments:

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Zachary Aedo

Zach is a reporter for KRDO and Telemundo Surco. Learn more about Zach here.



    1. The use of social media comes with conditions of use. If Trump or others won’t abide by those conditions, let them find other ways to spread their disinformation.

  1. I suppose Bimbo Boebert won’t get much support in the house after this and objecting to the election results looks like 1 term for her

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