The former US President Donald Trump might create his own social media platform, trump’s senior advisor Jason miller says there is a “very good chance” that he will.
After Capitol Hill was raided last month, the most major social platforms took rigorous action to prevent Trump supporters from promoting and planning violent acts. In most cases, that meant banning Trump altogether. He is reportedly now working on another way to make himself heard.
The senior advisor of the former US president Jason miller told sky News Australia that it is likely that Trump will create his own social media platform.
“There have already been a number of meetings about both joining social media platforms and potentially setting up brand new social media platforms,” Miller said.
The former president was not only impeached twice but he has been removed from much mainstream internet, less than a week into 2021, Facebook and Instagram indefinitely banned Trump due to repeated policy violations.
He was permanently banned from twitter and, snapchat also removed Trump’s account from its platform. The former president “claimed” loads people are leaving the microblogging services because he is no longer on it:
“I’ll tell you it’s not the same when you look at what’s going on with Twitter, I understand it’s become very boring, and millions of people are leaving. They are leaving it because it’s not the same. And I can understand that.”
The free speech social media app allegedly offered Trump an ownership stake, hoping he would make it his primary platform.
A LAD bible article states that Trump was convinced the app server wouldn’t be able to handle the amount of traffic it would receive, thus he declined the proposal.
Neither Trump nor his senior advisor has specified what the former president’s own social media would entail.