Donald Trump likely to launch his own platform after Twitter, Facebook ban

March 22, 2021 | Updated 3:06 pm

Donald Trump likely to launch his own platform after Twitter, Facebook ban Former US President Donald Trump (Credit: Facebook Account)

New Delhi: Former US President Donald Trump might come back on social media in 2-3 months with his own platform, as per his advisor Jason Miller. Trump was banned by Twitter and Facebook following the January 6 Capitol riots.

Speaking to Fox News, Trump senior advisor Jason Miller said, “I do think that we’re going to see President Trump returning to social media in probably about two or three months here, with his own platform.”

Miller did not divulge more details about the social media platform but said that Trump has been attending a lot of “high-powered meetings” and that many companies have approached him for the same. Miller also added that it is going to be a big platform, drawing tens of millions of people.

Trump used to draw a lot of flak for his tweets and Facebook posts in the past. He used these platforms for accusing, attacking and discrediting anyone who seemed to have views contrary to him. Facebook and Twitter have had it for so long until Trump provoked the mob into the capitol on January 6. Following this, Twitter had banned him permanently from its platform while Facebook had temporarily suspended his account. Now that, he is planning to launch his own social media platform, it is going to be interesting to see how he plans to use it.