YouTube removes interview with former President Donald Trump due to alleged "misinformation:" Former president Trump did an interview on the Full Send Podcast and discussed an array of topics. The topics included: Big Tech censorship, Joe Rogan, the botched Afghanistan withdrawal and Trump's relationships with North Korean President Kim Jong-un and Russian President Vladamir Putin. YouTube removed the video and gave the channel a warning for alleged misinformation, according to a screenshot tweeted by the Full Send Podcast. The warning is the first step in the platform's three-strikes system which allows for a warning and two strikes within a 90-day period before a third strike would remove a channel from the platform entirely. Trump commented on the censorship in a press release saying: "Incredibly, but not surprisingly, the Big Tech lunatics have taken down my interview with the very popular NELK Boys so that nobody can watch it or in any way listen to it. In the 24 hours that it was up it set every record for them, by many times. Interestingly on the show I told them this would happen because Big Tech and the Fake News Media fear the truth, they fear criticism about Biden, and above all, they don’t want to talk about the Rigged 2020 Presidential Election, all topics discussed."