According to his senior advisor, Jason Miller, former President Donald Trump will be back on social media within the next three months, on his own platform.
On Sunday, Miller told Fox News’ “MediaBuzz” that “I do believe we’re going to see President Trump return to social media in maybe two or three months here, with his own platform.”
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Miller claims Trump wants his own platform because he was repeatedly censored by Twitter during his presidency and then banned in January, and he doesn’t want to respond to left-wing tech overlords.
“I believe this will be the hottest ticket in social media,” he predicted. “It will completely redefine the game, and everyone will be waiting and watching to see what President Trump does, but it will be his own platform,” says the author.
Trump has been banned from Twitter, Facebook, Instagram (owned by Facebook), and YouTube (owned by Google).
Since leaving office, the former president has released a series of press releases criticizing the Biden administration’s disastrous border crisis and expressing other viewpoints.
Miller also stated that he thinks Trump’s prepared statements have received much more media attention than many of his tweets.
When he was in office, however, the real estate mogul used social media (specifically, Twitter) as his main mode of mass communication.
According to Miller, Trump has been holding “high-powered meetings” with tech executives in order to grow his own platform.
He wouldn’t go into specifics, but he did say that several companies have contacted him about launching his own social media platform.
“I can tell you that once he starts, it will be huge,” Miller predicted. “He’s been having a lot of high-powered meetings with some teams of people who have been coming in at Mar-a-Lago.”
He added, “It’s not just one corporation that’s approached the president.” “There have been a lot of businesses. But I believe the president understands where he needs to go with this.
“This new platform will be huge, and everyone wants to be a part of it. He’ll lead tens of millions, if not billions, of people to this new platform.”
A majority of likely voters (52 percent) were “very concerned” or “somewhat concerned” that Biden had yet to hold a press conference after two months in office, according to a poll. (At long last, one has been slated for Thursday.)
Critics claim Biden is restricting his media appearances because he can’t handle unexpected questions amid mounting concerns about his mental health.