Look Forward To Staying In Touch: Trump Launches New Website

Ruben Fields
April 1, 2021

DONALD TRUMP'S brand new social media platform will be online in around three or four months, according to a former adviser of his.

Trump was suspended from Facebook in the wake of the Capitol riots, and CNBC reported a company spokesperson pointed to that as the reason they pulled the video of Trump being interviewed by daughter-in-law Lara Trump.

Lara Trump took to Instagram and Twitter to post the message from Facebook and alerted her audience about the shocking statements made from the Big Tech giant.

Twitter banned Trump permanently on January 8, and Alphabet Inc's YouTube also banned the former US President and has said it will reinstate his account when the risk of violence reduces.

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According to STOP AAPI Hate National Report , over 3,795 incidents were received from March 19, 2020, to February 28, 2021. The organization said the number was "only a fraction of the number of hate incidents that actually occur".

The Facebook spokeswoman, who spoke on condition that her name not be used, confirmed the email was real but declined to comment.

Sharing screenshots of the emails, Mrs Trump, 38, wrote: "And just like that, we are one step closer to Orwell's 1984".

"We removed content from Lara Trump's Facebook page that featured President Trump speaking", the message from Facebook stated. The interview is available on upstart video platform Rumble, which became popular among Trump supporters after the election; as of Wednesday afternoon, it had more than 320,000 views. Look away, move on, shut up and go on about your lives, forget Donald Trump existed.

Former President Donald Trump and former first lady Melania are launching a new website. In a January blog post, Nick Clegg, Facebook's VP of global affairs and communications, said that while Facebook believes the decision to block Trump "was necessary and right", the company also thinks it is important for the board to "reach an independent judgment on whether it should be upheld".

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