However controversial as he seems to be, former President of the United States – Donald Trump was banned by practically all social media platforms, especially during and after the U.S elections and the January 6th Capitol insurrection.
His statements on the platforms were viewed as infringement against the terms and conditions of these platforms, consequently they had no alternative but to block him from every one of his handles. But Trump is unperturbed, as he is back online with his new site.
The former president and first lady, Melania Trump, have launched a new website to serve their own workplaces. The site, 45office.com, comes after Trump’s restriction from social media sites in the fallout of the January Capitol uprising.
According to a spokesperson for the former President, he is getting back to online media in a couple of months with his own platform.
The site includes an extensive memoir for the former president that begins, “Donald J. Trump launched the most extraordinary political movement in history, dethroning political dynasties, defeating the Washington Establishment, and becoming the first true outsider elected as President of the United States.”
It additionally includes in excess of twelve pictures of himself, in which he is portrayed boarding Air Force One, welcoming North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un and, indeed, kissing a baby. Other photographs are of the president and Melania Trump moving at the debut ball and at Black tie dinners in the White House.
The site makes no notice of his two denunciation preliminaries. It references how “the Covid plague showed up from China,” and says that Trump “acted early and conclusively to forbid travel from China and Europe, which saved endless lives.”
Trump has to a great extent, stayed off the internet since the January sixth Capitol rebellion that murdered five individuals and drove the Justice Department to charge in any event 150 people with insurgence, a number that could increase to at least 400.
In its fallout, Trump was forever suspended from Twitter and other social media platforms, including Snapchat.
The former president will return to social media in two to three months on his own platform. The new platform will attract millions of people who are his followers.
Visitors to the former president’s website can also request a personalized greeting from the president and the First Lady, or request that the Trumps attend an event.
Due to the high number of requests, the greetings page says it will take up to six weeks for processing.
As for having the Trumps attend an event, the website said there would be no status updates “due to the volume of requests President and Mrs. Trump receive. Requests must note if media will be present and if there will be any notable attendees.”