YouTube removes Al Guart’s interview with Robert Kennedy Jr.: Journalist Al Guart posted a video interview with Democratic presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy Jr. on YouTube. YouTube removed the video. In a tweet, Guart said, “YouTube just banned my interview with RFK Jr. for allegedly violating 'community standards.' RFK Jr. and I covered many topics of public interest and there was no threat or harm contained in the hour long discussion.” He also tweeted a purported screenshot. Per the screenshot, YouTube deleted the video, claiming, “This video has been removed for violating YouTube’s Terms of Service.” The interview remains unavailable on YouTube. The current message obscuring the video says, “This video has been removed for violating YouTube's Community Guidelines.” These guidelines are supposed to prevent inappropriate content, including “spam, deceptive practices, & scams,” “nudity and sexual content,” “hate speech,” and “misinformation.” However, YouTube never specified what content in Guart’s video violates a particular standard. The interview currently remains on Rumble.