On the same day streaming platform Twitch suspended Donald Trump's account for violating their hateful conduct policy, social networking site Reddit has shut down its largest group supportive of the president.
Reddit's new content policy specifically bans promoting hate based on identity or vulnerability, and calls for posts to be personal and authentic to prevent spam.
The company says hate speech, as well as violent and racial injustice content need to be eradicated from the sites.
Only about 200 of the banned forums had more than 10 daily users.
Huffman also said Reddit should have moved sooner to restrict access to r/The_Donald, which it "quarantined" past year, citing threats of violence against police and public officials.
"All communities on Reddit must abide by our content policy in good faith", Reddit said. "In line with our policies, President Trump's channel has been issued a temporary suspension from Twitch for comments made on stream, and the offending content has been removed", said a Twitch spokeswoman.
"Until now, we've worked in good faith to help them preserve the community as a space for its users-through warnings, mod changes, quarantining, and more", Huffman said, adding that views "across the political spectrum" are permitted as long as people work within the platform's policies in good faith.
One of the streams identified by the spokeswoman was a rebroadcast of a 2016 Trump rally in which the president said Mexico was sending rapists to the United States.
Also cited were his statements from a recent Tulsa rally that "a very tough hombre is breaking into the window of a young woman whose husband is away".
Trump campaign communications director Tim Murtaugh responded to the two companies' actions by urging voters who want to "hear directly from the President" to download the campaign's app.