Senior Trump advisor, Jason Miller, teased the former president’s triumphant return to social media in the next “two or three months” — with his own platform!
BREAKING: Trump Senior Adviser @JasonMillerinDC says President Trump will likely return to social media in 2-3 months on his own social media platform that will “completely redefine the game” pic.twitter.com/IZCT6ryqFw
— Benny (@bennyjohnson) March 21, 2021
Miller, who’s become Trump’s main media spokesman, revealed Trump plans to “completely redefine the game” with his new social media company.
Few details have been emerged since Miller’s bombshell. The Trump Organization in South Florida has yet to comment on the matter.
Twitter execs have signaled toward a complete overhaul of their policy to ban world leaders, and is asking for the public for support. The social media giant is re-considering whether heads of state and other government leaders should be held to the same rules as other users.
Since Trump’s social media blackout, Big Tech CEOs have received hefty backlash for their approach to official government accounts.
Facebook indefinitely banned Trump in January, but is currently working with an independent oversight board to determine whether than ban should be permanent.
Trump’s ban on Twitter remains permanent.