It was not immediately known which video triggered the suspension of his account.
Capital's invasion on Wednesday led to the deaths of at least five people as the U.S. Congress was counting the majority of voters' votes to ensure Joe Biden's election victory. In addition to Trump, Donald Trump Jr. and Rudy Giuliani rallied the crowd and also urged them to fight against the election results.More news: U.S. won't hold back second Covid vaccine doses: health secretary
"We are also indefinitely disabling comments under videos on the channel, we've taken similar actions in the past for other cases involving safety concerns", the spokesperson added. The company's policy state that earning a second strike will result in a two-week suspension and three strikes will result in a permanent ban.
YouTube said the 7-day ban may be extended, but for now, no livestreams or video uploads or comments will be allowed on Trump's channel.
"We take the good with the bad except when the bad crosses a line that we talked about inciting people to break the law and encouraging people to break the law".
Earlier, Donald Trump had been banned from multiple social media platforms including Twitter and Facebook.More news: Ontario adds 2961 new COVID-19 cases
Shopify, Pinterest, TikTok and Reddit have also taken steps to restrict content associated with the president and his calls for the results of the USA election to be challenged.
Facebook last week suspended Trump's Facebook and Instagram accounts.
On Tuesday, Trump's YouTube channel posted eight new videos, including one in which Trump told reporters "I think Big Tech has made a awful mistake" by blocking him.
This is latest in series of actions social media platforms are taking against Trump whose supporters attacked Capitol Building just after his address to them. Google said the app did not have sufficient moderation policies in place to curb content that could also incite violence.More news: CES 2021: Samsung's Bot Handy acts as a housekeeper