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Reports back online: Former US President Donald Trump
Former President Trump, 74, launched his new calling platform on Tuesday. After months of blocking social media platforms like Twitter and Facebook, this gives him the opportunity to connect with his followers.
The platform appears to be based on the Campaign Nucleus technology of former Campaign Manager Brad Pascal. Trump is allowed to post, and followers can share the former president’s posts on Twitter and Facebook. However, the platform does not have a function that allows users to respond to Trump’s posts.
It’s unclear if this is the social media platform Trump announced – or at least part of it.
After storming the Capitol on January 6, Trump was banned from Twitter forever. Facebook has also banned the former US president, including on Instagram. On Wednesday, the group’s oversight board will announce whether and when the ban on Trump will be lifted. (No)
Publication date: May 4, 2021, 10:57 pm
Last update: May 4, 2021, 11:09 PM
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