The “TRUTH Social” platform will launch in November as a test version “to resist the tyranny of Big Tech,” Trump said Wednesday. Large online networks like Twitter and Facebook banned the ex-president from their platforms earlier this year.
“We live in a world where the Taliban have a big Twitter presence, but your favorite US president has been silenced,” Trump said. “This is unacceptable.”
That’s why he founded the Trump Media & Technology Group (TMTG). In addition to the online network, TMTG will also launch a video service that will focus on politically incorrect entertainment formats.
Trump has been very active on online networks during his tenure, particularly on Twitter. Critics accuse him of provoking the storming of Capitol Hill during the formal confirmation of the electoral victory of Trump’s presidential challenger, Joe Biden, on January 6. The most important online networks then blocked his profiles.
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