Amazon-owned Twitch temporarily suspended Trump account for "Hate Speech" in past speeches: Twitch, the popular gaming live-streaming service owned by Amazon, temporarily suspended President Donald Trump's account for what it deemed hateful conduct. The company cited two examples. The first was Trump's 2015 campaign launch speech in which he discussed how some Mexicans that were coming into our country were rapists and had drug problems, and were not good people. The second was from Trump's recent Tulsa, OK rally in which he painted a hypothetical picture of a "very bad hombre" breaking into a home where a woman is home alone, and when she attempts to call 911, the service is not available. This was referencing recent calls to defund the police. Twitch deemed both of these as "hateful conduct," removed the speeches, and suspended the account.