The @POTUS account is associated with the office of the president and separate from the personal Twitter account often used by US President Donald Trump.
“We have evidence of Facebook tracking its own users all across the web," Missouri Republican Senator Josh Hawley said.
The ban, one of Facebook's measures to combat misinformation, was supposed to last about a week but would likely last another month, raising concerns from campaigns in Georgia eager to reach voters.
The account said that they would retweet the followers who post their information and play the role of 'matchmaker.'
“At synagogues, life and death mingles with mundane every single day. For us, humor was a way to wrestle with that."
Twitter has added multiple warnings and labels to tweets from the @realDonaldTrump account, including many since Tuesday's election that made unfounded allegations of voting fraud.
"So ridiculous. Donald must work on his Anger Management problem, then go to a good old fashioned movie with a friend! Chill Donald, Chill!"
Twitter flagged early victory claims by state-level officials from both parties.
Twitter said the accounts had been suspended for violating its policy against "coordination," posting identical content while appearing independent or engaging in other covertly automated behavior.
“Inside this echo chamber you are only exposed to your own opinions and that is very unhealthy for democracy."