Donald Trump says that Twitter isn’t the best social media platform, and there’s also an option to build your own site.
The former president in a call-in interview confirmed he’s considering creating a new site. He emphasized that even if Twitter’s company lifted its lifetime ban, he won’t go back.
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The interview took place at ‘’Greg Kelly Reports’’, on Newsmax TV, on Wednesday. The host and Trump talked about his consideration to join another social media platform, once he got a ban on Twitter.
In the interview, Trump said that he was wanted on Parler.
‘’You know they had a phony report that the man who was there didn’t, I mean just the opposite.’’ He said for the opponent for Twitter.
The guest continued by saying that he had 89 million, only because they held it back. Additionally, he had 36 million or 39 million on @POTUS, and on other sites, they had a huge figure of people. Everyone wants that, huge figures of fanatics and the number is growing on Facebook. According to Trump, the social media platform cannot handle it, too many people as they have never been before.
The claiming that nothing is the same, Trump supports the fact that many people leave Twitter because it’s boring.
We are expecting the consequences of that, the time will show.
The huge revelation!
Trump is negotiating to create his own site!
We got a confirmation that Twitter disturbed Trump, by putting different types of flags. Trump complains that everything that he says is flagged on Twitter, which’s disturbing. Moreover, people from foreign countries also commented on disgraceful things, left the worst commentaries possible.
But, Trump decided. He isn’t coming back on Twitter – It’s boring!
Trump was banned from the social media platform called Twitter because he shared videos and tweets claiming that the elections weren’t fair. He shared everything to show that the elections were stolen, and he would have been the winner.
In the interview mentioned above, Trump started by eulogizing talk radio icon, Rush Limbaugh. He died on Wednesday.