The Hill reports:
A far-right British activist who gained prominence after President Trump retweeted her anti-Muslim tweets in November had her Twitter account suspended on Monday as part of the social network’s effort to crack down on hate speech.
Jayda Fransen, the deputy leader of far-right British group Britain First, saw her account suspended as part of a Twitter-wide crackdown on hate gorups.
In November, President Trump retweeted three videos from Fransen’s account that purported to show Muslims committing acts of violence. Fransen’s account, along with others connected to Britain First, now appear to be suspended.