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Trump to return to social media with own platform

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The former President of the United States (US), Donald Trump, is planning to return to social media with his own network.

Jason Miller, adviser and spokesperson for Trump’s 2020 campaign made this known in his appearance on Fox News MediaBuzz on Sunday.

The former president was banned by Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram following the belief that his posts incited the US Capitol riots on January 6 2021.

The former president was permanently banned by Twitter in January after warnings about his activities noting his activities on the platform contradicted their public interest framework.  

Facebook also banned Trump indefinitely and subsequently referred its decision to indefinitely suspend the former president’s Facebook and Instagram accounts to an independent Facebook-funded body composed of international experts.

Facebook’s chief executive, Mark Zuckerberg, said the risks of Trump using the service were too great. 

Months later, Jason Miller said; “I do think we are going to see president Trump returning to social media with his own platform and this is something I think is going to be the hottest ticket in social media. It is going to completely redefine the game”.

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