Own social media sites. Trump changed his mind within days

Own social media sites

Own social media sites. Trump changed his mind within days:

Within a month, former US President Donald Trump changed his mind on a key issue. Trump launched his own social media sites a month ago after his account was banned by Twitter and Facebook. He thought it would be useful to connect with his supporters. However, he decided to close it within a month. This was confirmed by Jason Miller, who looks after Trump’s media affairs. He revealed that the decision was made to permanently close “From the Desk of Donald J. Trump.”

Jason Miller said the decision was made because he was looking for a broader alternative. The media will be informed about this soon, he said. But when is this alternative arrangement being prepared? Can’t say right now. Is Donald Trump going to join another social media platform? To that media question, he answered yes.

After Trump’s defeat in the presidential election, Donald Trump’s supporters attacked the capital building in the United States. Twitter and Facebook have permanently banned his accounts for making comments on social media to encourage them. Trump, who set up his own social media site on May 4,’s decision to shut it down less than a month ago has been the talk of American media circles. The Facebook Oversight Board decided on May 5 to continue the ban on the Trump account. If the permanent ban imposed on him is lifted, he will return to Twitter and Facebook. But it remains to be seen how Twitter and Facebook will respond.

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