The sales force says it has taken action against the RNC, but will not say how

The sales force has taken “action” to prevent the Republican National Committee (RNC) from sending e-mails that could provoke violence, although the company would not say what action it took. The RNC campaign is using the Salesforce tool, Exact Trajectory, for emails.

The move was first reported Motherboard, Proponents of her case have been working to make the actual transcript of this statement available online. Proponents of her case have been working to make the actual transcript of this statement available online.

The sales force confirmed this way to That he did not bring down the RNC as a client. A spokesman said: “The Republican National Committee is a longtime user of the current administration. We have taken action to prevent the use of our services in any way that could lead to violence.”

The enterprise software company has denied in detail what action it has taken and whether the mysterious move will affect the Trump campaign as well as the RNC.

Prior to the attack, the Trump campaign had sent emails saying the election was rigged and the results needed to be reversed. The campaign sent 569 emails between November 3 and January 6, including four on the morning of the breach Motherboard Reports

Each email asked supporters to donate to the campaign. It is unknown at this time what he will do after leaving the post. In 2018, the Trump campaign reportedly had contact information with 20 million supporters.

The RNC said Motherboard That it decided to “freely” suspend its digital fundraising efforts on January 6. The next day, another email service – Campaign Monitor – suspended the Trump campaign account. That’s why raising money will make this campaign difficult.

Social media platforms are also taking action against Trump in the wake of the DC attacks. On January 7, Facebook suspended the president indefinitely, and at least until Biden’s inauguration. The next day, Twitter permanently banned Trump’s account.

The news received from the sales force is not so decisive. Perhaps, like Campaign Monitor, the company is making it more difficult for Trump to raise funds. We can’t know for sure, because the sales force will not answer our questions.

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