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Former President Donald Trump will return to Facebook and Instagram after Meta agreed to lift the two-year suspension. His last post was on Jan. 6 when he asked rioters at the Capitol to remain calm. A top official at Meta said he thinks the serious risk to public safety has “sufficiently receded.”