While Donald Trump is a former president, this doesn’t mean the nation has seen the last of him. Not long after leaving office, the 45th president launched an Office of the Former President. Trump also met with Kevin McCarthy, the House Minority Leader, towards the end of last month to discuss helping House Republicans regain their prior majority.
The policies, temperament, and leadership of the current administration have caused many Americans to miss Trump. Shortly after the 45th president departed from the White House, he vowed that he wouldn’t be gone forever.
New developments from Breitbart News regarding Trump starting his own social networking platform prove that the 45th president is a man of his word.
A Trump-Founded Social Media Platform
On Saturday, Trump senior adviser Jason Miller spoke with Breitbart News for an interview. While in talks with the conservative news publication, Miller informed that Trump is highly likely to “reemerge” on social media. Miller then explained that this return could happen in the form of creating a new site or simply joining a current one.
The ratings and profit rule says this.
What else are they going to do to get people to watch? The whole edifice depended for 5 years on Trump – media outlets, advocacy groups, social media stars, fundraising. It's all gone now unless they fill it quickly. https://t.co/wSuPBQn3qZ
— Glenn Greenwald (@ggreenwald) February 1, 2021
The senior adviser to the 45th president additionally confirmed that Trump has engaged in various meetings on this matter. Miller explained that nothing is off the table. Hence, were Trump to launch his own social networking platform, it would arrive in direct competition against liberal big tech.
Finally, the 45th president could also become active on conservative platforms such as Gab and/or Parler.
A Strong Base of Support
President Trump remains very popular amongst conservatives, Republicans, and other right-wingers. Therefore, were the former president to kick off his own social media site, it would undoubtedly attract users.
Trump starting his own social platform to compete against big tech would actually be very fitting. It would arrive after Silicon Valley-backed big tech essentially blacklisted the ex-president from using their own sites.
Trump breaks his social media silence on GAB
(Yes this is news) pic.twitter.com/AJeLgQVtnq
— 4Deep (@4DeepMedia on GAB) (@4DeepMedia) February 4, 2021
Increased censorship against conservatives has led to different developments in the free market. To be precise, this censorship created a demand for alternative platforms where conservatives feel comfortable to speak freely, hence the emergence of Gab, Rumble, and Parler.
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