Former American President Donald Trump plans to return “soon” to social networks with own platform after being banned from the main social networks in the world as a result of his followers’ assault on the Capitol on January 6.
In addition to its own social network, Trump could launch his own television network to capture audiences for Fox News, the first network to pin Joe Biden as the winner in the key state of Arizona on election night. However, one of Trump’s advisers, Jason Miller, explained this Sunday on Fox News itself that the main priority right now is social media.
Trump “will return to social networks in two or three months with his own platform,” said Miller, who stressed that this way “Will completely redefine the game” and it will attract “tens of millions” of users.
Trump and his supporters report a bias in the main social networks even prior to the assault on the Capitol, events that left five dead and deeply penetrated the American political imagination.
After the assault, Trump was also expelled from Facebook and Instagram and networks considered right-wing such as Gave y Parler, where many of Trump’s supporters migrated after his expulsion from the main social networks, have been highly criticized and are even being investigated.
Since taking over the presidency on January 20, Trump has drastically limited his public presence and lives in his mansion in Mar-a-Lago, Florida, although he maintains his pulse for control of the Republican Party with a view to a possible Presidential candidacy in 2024. “It already has more than 20 senators and more than 50 congressmen call or make a pilgrimage to Mar-a-Lago,” said Miller, who has urged the media to “pay attention to Georgia this Monday” because Trump will have “enormous new support.”