Trump Says He’s Considering New Social Media Platform: ‘You Can Literally Build Your Own Site’

Former US President Donald Trump has great plans for his future, and he will soon join a new social media

Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, Instagram, and other platforms banned Trump in January. He has great news for his loyal followers.

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In a recent interview with Newsmax on Wednesday night, Trump revealed his plans for the future. He didn’t like the way Twitter shut him down, so maybe it’s time for a new change.

“We’re negotiating with a number of people, and there’s also the other option of building your own site. Because we have more people than anybody. I mean you can literally build your own site,” Trump said, adding that he is considering building his own platform.

“I really wanted to be somewhat quiet. They wanted me very much on Parler, you know they had a phony report that the man who was in there didn’t–I mean just the opposite, they really wanted me on Parler,” Trump said, referring to statements made by Parler’s former CEO John Matze.

According to Trump, Parler will not be able to find a solution to his impact.

“Mechanically, they can’t handle” the number of users, Trump said, adding that “if you look at what’s going on with Twitter, I understand it’s become very boring and millions of people are leaving. They’re leaving it because it’s not the same, and I can understand that.”

Trump’s Twitter account was one of the most followed Twitter accounts.

Jason Miller, one of the former president’s top advisers, said Trump would decide on his re-emergence.

“I would expect that we will see the president reemerge on social media,” Miller told Breitbart News on Feb. 6. “Whether that’s joining an existing platform or creating his new platform, there are a number of different options and a number of different meetings that they’ve been having on that front. Nothing is imminent on that.”

Big Tech platforms said Trump was banned just because his posts could have incited violent riots. They seem to ignore the fact that Trump had nothing to do with the violence in the Capitol.

The Capitol was raided well before Trump finished his speech. CNN and the New York Times retracted articles that claimed Capitol police officer Brian Sicknick died at the hands of Trump supporters.

People criticized Twitter and other sites, explaining that they could ban pretty much everyone.

“We are always concerned when platforms take on the role of censors, which is why we continue to call on them to apply a human rights framework to those decisions,” according to a Jan. 7 statement from the Electronic Freedom Foundation. “We also note that those same platforms have chosen, for years, to privilege some speakers—particularly governmental officials—over others, not just in the U.S., but in other countries as well. A platform should not apply one set of rules to most of its users, and then apply a more permissive set of rules to politicians and world leaders who are already immensely powerful.”

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Source: Newsmax


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