The Google-owned video giant said Giuliani's account was removed from the revenue-raising program after multiple violations of its guidelines on spreading election misinformation.
Given the past controversies that have involved the popular YouTuber, members of the "Virtual YouTuber" community are upset now that PewDiePie has begun using avatars.
"We were at the house and, all of a sudden, a whole bunch of police was asking us to come out," Siwa said on Instagram after the incident.
The YouTuber shared recently that his accounts are being suspended from the YouTube Partner Program, for apparently violating the video-streaming platform's Creator Responsibility policies.
Snapchat said the president's account would be permanently terminated on January 20 "in the interest of public safety." It's far from the only platform to restrict him.
Trump's YouTube channel has been suspended for one week after the company said a recent video incited violence.
Data from analytics firm Social Blade suggests that since the violent attack Trump's YouTube account consistently gained between 10,000 and 30,000 new followers a day.
Donald Trump got given one "strike" by YouTube but he must get three before the platform permanently suspends his channel.
The company said that it was banning the President for a minimum of seven days "in light of concerns about the ongoing potential for violence."
Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and Snapchat have already suspended Trump from posting on their platforms.
Twitter, Snapchat, Facebook and YouTube have taken action against a number of prominent accounts since the Capitol riot.
The platforms have continued to host the video despite concerns from mainstream rivals that it contained misinformation and could incite further violence.
The president was temporarily blocked from Facebook and Twitter after he shared posts praising supporters who stormed the U.S. Capitol building.
The president's pre-recorded video addressing the violence in Washington was removed from Twitter, Facebook and YouTube for "promoting violence."
Former Lunch Club members make their statements amid allegations against collaborator and YouTuber Carson King.
Three of CallMeCarson's former Lunch Club collaborators say that he told them he had messaged a 17-year-old girl.
"That's right. What would Christmas Eve be without a message from me?" the disgraced actor said at the start of the two-minute video.
These satires mention the coronavirus pandemic, Steve Kornacki, and even Four Seasons Total Landscaping.
"This guy has been doing donuts in the parking lot live, and now we're putting him on TV," the newscaster says.
TikTok recently announced a ban on "Ponzi, pyramid and multi-level marketing schemes" on their app, leading many who oppose those companies across the internet to celebrate.
"Finally it's Bing's time to shine," said comedian Nish Kumar, as smug Hotmail users gloated about their functioning email server.
Some of the most popular Google websites in the world have gone offline, including Gmail and YouTube.
The D'Amelio sisters are set to appear at this year's Streamys, along with others nominated for the "Creator of the Year" award, like James Charles and David Dobrik.
More than a month after the 2020 presidential election, the Google-owned video platform said it is cracking down on video posts that include misleading claims of "widespread" electoral abuse.
Mayweather retired from professional boxing with an undefeated 50-0 record, and Paul is a YouTube star with 22 million subscribers.
Now in its 10th year, the Streamy Awards on December 12th celebrate all the best and most popular online video creators.
The followup to June's "Bear Witness, Take Action," will feature panel discussions with celebrities, activists, and scholars to talk about the next steps to be taken towards racial justice.
The conservative YouTuber is being ridiculed by his critics on social media for his jokes made targeting Elliot Page, who came out as transgender this week.
The child is famous on YouTube for her love of toys.
Analytics show subscribers, views and likes on Facebook, Twitter and YouTube have surged this month while the channel's content has been amplified by the president.