Donald Trump Teases a Big Surprise For The Tech Industry

Donald Trump is preparing to drop a bombshell on the tech industry, and it may be a doozy.

On Friday, he spoke with Newsmax’s Rob Finnerty and Ric Grenell over the phone and issued an unsettling warning to big tech.

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In the interview, the 45th President of the United States said, “Watch what I do to Big Tech this week.”

“Do you think it’s time for Big Tech to be broken up?” To Trump, Grennell stated.

“Well, keep an eye on me next week because I’m going to do something about Big Tech,” Trump remarked. “And it’s something that a lot of people have wanted me to accomplish for a long time.”

He said, “And it won’t be too startling.” “They don’t like it when I talk about it too soon. But keep an eye out for what I’ll be doing on Big Tech next week. I believe you will find it fascinating.

It’s possible that Trump is preparing to start his own social media platform, as has long been anticipated.

His interview comes as Trump prepares to hold a rally on July 3 in Sarasota County, Florida.

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It’s plausible that Trump is preparing to launch his own social media platform, especially since Twitter banned him for life and Facebook recently announced that its ban on him would last at least five years.

According to Politico, Facebook’s vice president of global relations Nick Clegg announced a minimum two-year ban for Trump in a blog post published on June 4.

“Given the seriousness of the circumstances that led to Mr. Trump’s suspension, we think his actions constituted a serious violation of our rules that merits the maximum penalty allowed under the new enforcement protocols,” he added. “Effective immediately, we are suspending his accounts for two years.

“Effective from the date of the original suspension on January 7 this year, we are suspending his accounts for two years,” it said.

“Today, we are announcing new enforcement protocols to be utilized in unusual circumstances like this, and we are confirming the time-bound penalty commensurate with those protocols,” it stated.

However, even if Trump returns, the firm has stated that he will be subject to specific restrictions created just for him, which is significant because it implies that the ban will not be permanent.



Margaret Taylor

Experienced communications professional with 10 years of experience in international journalism.

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