Donald Trump Joins his TRUTH Social Network

Former President Donald Trump joined his own TRUTH Social on Thursday, publishing a post for the first the very first time in almost a year on a social media site, with a flashback to his infamous 2017 mistake “covfefe,” Fox News informed.

“I’M BACK! #COVFEFE,” Donald Trump said in his TRUTH post that featured a photograph in which he is standing in front of his Palm Beach estate Mar-a-Lago in Florida.

The “covfefe” hashtag referred to a 2017 tweet that is now deleted in which he blasted the media’s coverage of his administration.

Trump told Fox News on Monday that he will not return to Twitter, despite Elon Musk’s purchase of the company and reinstatement of his account. Instead, Trump stated that he would be using his own TRUTH Social as his exclusive channel for expressing his opinions.

On Monday afternoon, the company Twitter unveiled that it has agreed with Musk for the $44 billion purchase.

On Monday, Trump informed Fox News that he will start “TRUTHing” this week.

TRUTH Social, the social media platform of the Trump Media & Technology Group, was officially unveiled last month and has been up and operating for four days under its brand-new cloud services, after it was in beta since February. The CEO of TRUTH is Devin Nunes, a former Republican congressman from California.

Following the Capitol riot on January 6, 2021, Trump was indefinitely banned from Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and Snapchat. A number of his tweets on the violent protests were judged offensive by Twitter, which warned of “the possibility of future violence incitement.”

When asked if a Musk-owned Twitter would be a threat to TRUTH, Trump replied he thinks it would be a good thing for the social media sphere.

Trump said that Twitter became very uninteresting because conservatives were kicked off or got off the platform when he left the platform.

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