His return to social networking platforms was made by Donald Trump on Friday, making his first posts since his two-year suspension following the Jan. 6, 2021, attack on Capitol Hill supporters.
His posts, titled “I’m Back,” on his Facebook page and YouTube channel are accompanied by a video that begins with CNN’s announcement of Trump’s election to the US presidency in 2016 and ends with the message “Trump 2024”.
“Sorry to keep you waiting”says Donald Trump.
Earlier Alphabet Inc’s YouTube platform brought back the US tycoon’s channel, as Meta Platforms did earlier this year with Trump’s Facebook and Instagram accounts.
Donald Trump’s Twitter account was restored in November by the new owner of the platform Elon Musk, but the former US president has not made a post to date.
Trump’s return to the popular social networking platforms allows him to re-reach some 146 million followers ahead of the 2024 US presidential election where he plans to seek another term in the White House.
Source: News Beast
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