Facebook's parent company Meta is currently weighing whether it will lift its platform ban on former President Donald Trump, and says it's proceeding with "great caution" in its deliberations, an interview confirmed.

Nick Clegg, the current Meta president for global affairs, told Semafor on Thursday that he will ultimately be the one to decide, first talking to experts and weighing real-world effects before making a final decision.

"It's not a capricious decision. We will look at the signals related to real-world harm to make a decision whether at the two-year point — which is early January next year — whether Trump gets reinstated to the platform," Clegg stated.

"We'll talk to the experts; we'll talk to third parties; we will try to assess what we think the implications will be of bringing Trump back onto the platform," he added.... Read More: Newsmax