Driving the news: As of Monday, nearly every major social media platform has taken action against Trump or far-right channels that support him.

Reddit joined a growing list of major tech companies Monday that said it would take action against users and groups that violated its hate speech rules, including the controversial subreddit channel r/The_Donald, one of the company’s largest political communities and a longstanding hub of support for President Trump,

Twitch, the live-streaming platform owned by Amazon, around the same time announced that it had temporarily banned Donald Trump’s channel for hateful content.

YouTube later Monday said it had banned several prominent white supremacist channels, including those belonging to Stefan Molyneux, David Duke, and Richard Spencer, per The Verge.