Social-media company Snap Inc. said Wednesday that it will no longer promote the Snapchat account of President Trump on its home page after finding that his public remarks could incite racial violence, a spokeswoman said.

Snap, which runs the popular video and photo chat app Snapchat, said it had determined that Mr. Trump’s public comments could lead to violence. The company made the decision this weekend and noted several tweets on Saturday related to protests about the killing of George Floyd while in police custody in Minneapolis.

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