'See you soon!' Trump plots social media comeback as speculation of political return grows

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The ex-POTUS was placed in the social media wilderness after Twitter, Facebook and YouTube opted to terminate his accounts last year after the US Capitol attacks on January 6. Mr Trump was alleged by several social media platforms to have posted messages which incited violence amongst his supporters.

The ex-POTUS was placed in the social media wilderness after Twitter, Facebook and YouTube opted to terminate his accounts last year after the US Capitol attacks on January 6.

Mr Trump was alleged by several social media platforms to have posted messages which incited violence amongst his supporters.

However, he looks set to make his return through the launch of his own app ‘Truth Social’.

Reports suggest Mr Trump, who had 88million Twitter followers when his account was suspended, could launch ‘Truth Social’ as soon as today on Apple’s App Store.

The Trump Media & Technology Group (TMTG), which is behind the social media move, is led by ex-GOP Representative Devin Nunes.

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Mr Nunes said while the rollout will begin this week he hopes the app will be fully operational across America by the end of March.

He told Fox News on Sunday: “This week, we will begin to roll out people on the Apple App store.”

Mr Nunes, who represented California voters in the House of Representatives from 2003 to 2022, added: “And then, look, our goal is – and I think we’re going to hit it – I think, by the end of March, we’re going to be fully operational, at least within the United States.”

His comments come just days after Donald Trump Jr teased followers of Mr Trump about his return.

In a post on Twitter, the 45th President’s eldest son said: “Time for some truth!”

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However, there is no evidence that there was large-scale voter fraud in the 2020 race.

Despite this, Mr Trump has teased his loyal followers about staging a bid in the 2024 Presidential Election.

Speaking to supporters at his recent rally in Conroe, Texas, the 45th President said: “We are going to take back the White House.”

Later in his speech, Trump said: “My fellow Americans, this incredible journey we are on together has only just begun.”

In the most recent Redfield & Wilton survey, Mr Trump found himself three points ahead of Vice President Kamala Harris and neck-and-neck with his successor in the Oval Office, Mr Biden.



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