Banned from social media, Trump launches his own digital platform

The platform “From the Desk of Donald J. Trump” (From the office of Donad J. Trump) collects videos of the former Republican president, his statements in the political action committees (PAC) sent by email and other news and allows you to make contributions .

Presenting the principles behind his platform, Trump declares that “‘Save America’ (the words at the top of his website) seeks to build” on the accomplishments of his Administration and “support the brave conservatives who will define the future of the world. ‘America First’ movement “.

And it adds that its objective is to “guarantee” the “maintenance” of America First in the foreign and domestic policy of the country and the pride of “teaching the truth about our history and celebrating the rich heritage and national traditions.”

Among the commitments that his platform defends and proposes is the defense of “innocent lives and the Judeo-Christian values ​​of our foundation”, as well as the notion included in the Declaration of Independence that God “has made us all equal and that all they must be treated equally before the law. “

Users can register to receive notifications when Trump sends a message from the new platform, and, although there is no response mechanism to the ex-president’s publications, they can give a “like” and share them through their own accounts in the social media.

The website indicates that the platform is run by Nucleus, a digital company that, according to the digital newspaper The Hill, was created by Brad Parscale, Trump’s former campaign manager.

Trump, who has resided in Palm Beach (Florida) since leaving the White House, is still banned from the vast majority of social networks following the assault on the US Capitol on January 6 by hundreds of his sympathizers, some of them armed, who had previously attended a rally of the then president.

Facebook’s advisory council, created by the company itself to act as a sort of supreme court on what content should be removed from the platform, is expected to announce this Wednesday whether to maintain or lift the veto on Trump.

The former president has described the veto on social networks as an attack on freedom of expression and, in Florida, Governor Ron DeSantis, a Trump supporter, has promoted a bill to prevent platforms from taking such measures in this condition.

Since Democrat Joe Biden took office on January 20, Trump’s visibility has dropped considerably due in part to not having Twitter or other social media to spread his ideas and mobilize and rally his supporters.

After a period of silence, Trump announced the creation of the 45th Office of the President to communicate by email, then a website appeared and finally surprised with the news that he was creating his own platform.

So far he has not confirmed whether he aspires to be a candidate in the 2024 elections, although he says he is seriously studying it. EFE

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