Donald Trump launches his own digital platform after being banned from social networking sites | International | News
‘Donat J. From Trump’s office ‘is the name of the site he has already indicated he wants to return to the White House in 2024.
More than three months after social networking sites such as Twitter, Facebook and Instagram were temporarily banned or suspended, former US President Donald Trump (2017-2021) launched his own digital site on Tuesday with the aim of connecting with his followers. .
Stage “Donald J. Collects videos of the former Republican president (from Donat J. Trump’s office) from Trump’s desk, and allows his reports on political action committees (PACs) to be sent by email and other contributions.
As a presentation of the policies behind his site, Trump announces that he seeks to build the achievements of his administration and “support America’s bold conservatives who define the future” (words above his website). The world. ‘America’s first’ movement ”.
Its purpose is to first “guarantee” America’s “maintenance” in the country’s foreign and domestic policy, and to “teach the truth about our history and celebrate rich traditions and national traditions.”
Among the duties that his site defends and presents are the protection of “innocent lives and the Judeo-Christian values of our foundations,” as well as in the Declaration of Independence that God “has made all of us equal, and they must all be treated equally before the law.”
Users can register to receive notifications when Trump sends a message from the new site, and even if there is no way to respond to the former president’s releases, they can give a “Like” and share it through their own accounts on social media.
Digital points out that the site is run by a digital company called Nucleus, which was created by Brad Barscale, Trump’s former campaign manager, according to the digital newspaper The Hill.
No voice on popular networks
Trump, who has lived in Palm Beach (Florida) since leaving the White House, has been banned from most social media sites as a result of the January 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol by hundreds of sympathizers, some of whom were armed and had previously attended a rally of the then president.
A Facebook advisory panel set up by the company to act as a kind of Supreme Court on what content should be removed from the platform is expected to announce this Wednesday whether to maintain or elevate the veto on Trump.
The former president described the veto on social media as an attack on freedom of expression, and in Florida, Trump ‘s successor, Governor Ron Desantis, has promoted a bill to prevent sites from taking such action.
Since Democrat Joe Biden took office on January 20, Trump’s visibility has plummeted, leaving him unable to spread his views on Twitter or other social media and to mobilize and mobilize his supporters.
After a period of silence, Trump announced the creation of the president’s 45th office to communicate by email, and then a website appeared and was surprised to see the news that he was finally creating his own site.
He has not yet confirmed whether he wants to be a candidate in the 2024 elections, however he says he is actively studying it. (I)