Immigration And Customs Enforcement Twitter Account ‘Doesn’t Exist’

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The Immigration and Customs Enforcement Twitter account “doesn’t exist” on the social networking site as of Thursday afternoon.

The account (@ICEgov) does not appear to have been suspended, since Twitter places disclaimers on accounts suspended for violating the “Twitter Rules.” Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) was active on the account as of Wednesday, according to Google archive.

All users are required to be at least 13-years-old to use the social media platform, according to Twitter.
“If an account’s birthdate is changed to a day/month/year prior to that and our systems identify content posted by the account before they were 13 years old, they will be locked out of the account,” Twitter spokesperson Elizabeth Busby told the DCNF. “The account has been reinstated.”
The account’s followers will be restored in 24-48 hours, according to Twitter.

ICE Senior Official Performing the Duties of the Director, Tony H. Pham, tagged the account in a tweet at around 10:30 Thursday morning.

Last month, @NYCMayor sent me a letter addressing allegations that @ICEgov officers were posing as NYPD to make immigration arrests. Ironically, it was the other way around. Read more,” Pham said.

Neither ICE or the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) immediately responded to the Daily Caller News Foundation’s request for comment.

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