Donald Trump's 'communications' platform permanently taken offline

Trump's delusional election claims will 'get more intense' the closer he gets to being indicted NYT's Haberman

Mr Miller confirmed via Twitter that it is a precursor to Mr Trump's return to social media, although it is unclear when or how.

Now in place of his blog page, a form appears allowing sign-ups for alerts from the ex-president.

In a statement, Trump senior adviser Jason Miller told Blaze Media, that the move was "just auxiliary to the broader efforts we have and are working on".

Donald Trump's communications platform has been permanently shut down, his spokesperson told CNBC. That ruling, which was a clear punt back to Facebook's executives, suggested that the suspension was justified after Trump's incitement of the January 6 riot, however the board panel said that the company needed to have a clear policy for permanent bans, and/or it could not permanently ban someone in this way.

Within weeks, the Washington Post was reporting that the site had virtually no one looking at it, leading to Trump being defensive himself.

Three days after the Post report, Trump released a statement saying his "very basic site" was doing amazingly well, attracting greater attention than during the 2020 election campaign and that it would be doing even better had he not been banned by Facebook and Twitter, actions that denied him direct access to more than 88 million Twitter followers and 35 million Facebook followers. Trump dictated his messages to his aides, who would print them out so he could revise them with a Sharpie before manually posting them to the blog. "This is something that I think will be the hottest ticket in social media". He says he is considering running for another term in the 2024 election but won't decide until after the 2022 congressional elections. He has granted interviews to some conservative-leaning media outlets, and several Republican lawmakers have traveled to Trump's Mar-a-Lago estate to visit with him and talk politics.

According to New York Times journalist Maggie Haberman, the billionaire businessman is telling people that he expects to be reinstated as US President by August.

Five people were left dead, and more than 400 protesters were arrested and are awaiting adjudication on an array of criminal offenses.



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