Trump plans to open a social network as soon as possible
Trump plans to open a social network as soon as possible

Former US President Donald Trump hinted that he could start his own social network after being kicked out by Facebook and Twitter, and it now looks like those plans are taking shape.

Trump's chief adviser (Jason Miller) told Fox News that the former president plans to return to social media in two to three months by launching his own social network.

Miller did not specify the platform but insisted that it would redefine the game and attract tens of millions of people.

If this service continues, it may appeal to conservatives who believe traditional social media is biased in favor of right-wing ideologies.

Large cloud service providers such as Microsoft or Amazon may be reluctant to provide assistance as Trump is alleged to have fueled the violence, which could force Trump to rely on smaller or foreign tech partners.

Miller said: I think this will be the biggest social media event. It will completely redefine the game. Everyone will be waiting to find out exactly what President Trump is doing.

Miller said he was unable to attend in detail at the time, but that several companies contacted Trump about the project and had high-level meetings with multiple teams.

Miller added: This new platform will be huge and he hopes to attract tens of millions of people when asked whether Trump will create the platform himself or will work with another company to build it, and he refused to disclose details.

Miller said, "I think the president knows the way he's going here. This new platform is going to be huge, everyone wants it, and this new platform is going to bring thousands of people to this new platform."

Since January, Trump has been suspended indefinitely from Facebook, Twitter and other social media platforms for inciting violence after his supporters besieged Capitol Hill.

He had more than 80 million Twitter followers before he was banned, according to the data, and a week after Trump was banned on Twitter, disinformation about election fraud on several social media platforms decreased by nearly 73%, from 2.5 million mentions to the 688,000 mentioned social analytics firm. Zignal Lab.

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