Donald Trump returning to social media in 2-to-3 months with own platform: aide


Former President Donald Trump will return to social media within the next few months — and with his own service, his top adviser said Sunday.

Jason Miller told Fox News’ ”Media Buzz” that the former president will be back in two to three months, and will launch a new platform that he claimed would “completely redefine the game” and attract tens of millions of users.

Twitter dropped Trump from its platform in January just days after a mob of his supporters marched on the Capitol as Congress was certifying the 2020 election for President Biden.

The crowd surged past law enforcement officers and smashed windows and doors to gain entrance to the federal building where they ransacked a number of congressional offices. Five people died as a result of the mayhem, including a Capitol Police officer.

Twitter said Trump was “permanently suspended” because he was inciting “violence,” cutting him off from his 88.6 million followers.

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    • The old guy is craving attention, like always. He’s history now and belongs to a dark time now past. Shame on him. Nobody is interested.

  1. This helps to prove that evil triumphs. The evangelicals, the same people who every Saturday and Sunday preach to us about honesty, love for humanity and morality are Trump’s biggest supporter. They are a large part of the 74 million.
    But don’t worry. Soon he will be too busy answering charges to worry about running again. The mill grinds slowly, but it grinds fine.

  2. In America the people vote out bad presidents. Trump thinks he is in a country where he can cling to power when the citizens don’t want him. He should have let in all the people at the Mexican border to vote for him.
    Why doesn’t he go write another memoir like all the other ex presidents or spend more time on his golf course.

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