Banned from Twitter and Facebook, Trump soon back on an unknown social network?

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Donald Trump preparing for a resounding media comeback? Banned by Facebook and Twitter while he was still President of the United States, following the events on Capitol Hill, the billionaire is not expected to reappear anytime soon on these “traditional” platforms. On the other hand, it could make its entry on a less known social network, and this at the end of spring. In any case, this is what Jason Miller, his main adviser, announced during an episode of the podcast. The Interview by Mediaite, relayed by Business Insider.

To the American media, Jason Miller thus confided that Donald Trump’s team had had several exchanges “with two existing social networking platforms”, without revealing the names, “and also potentially with all new platforms”.

“It will be an earthquake in the world of social networks”

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“We are not very far from seeing President Trump return to social networks,” solemnly teased the adviser, who spoke of “platforms that you may never have seen before”. “It will be an earthquake in the world of social media, because everything he touches will be huge. So I think there will be excitement about it, ”he added. Regarding a return of the former president to Twitter or Facebook, Jason Miller remained very cautious, explaining that he “would never completely close the door to anything” but that he did not consider this possibility that ‘with caution. “I’m sure Jack (Dorsey, boss of Twitter, Editor’s note) will probably shut the door on a comeback, and Zuckerberg (boss of Facebook) … we’ll see what happens with the Facebook advisory board review He swept away.

A few weeks ago, Twitter had definitely ruled out a possible return of Donald Trump, even if he had to be a candidate for the White House again. “According to our rules, when you are kicked out of the platform, you are kicked out of the platform, whether you are a commentator, a CFO, or a former or current politician,” said Ned Segal, the chief financial officer of the social network. , on the CNBC financial news channel. As for Facebook, its Supervisory Board will make a decision on the fate of the former president by mid-April.

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