Former US President Donald Trump will soon return to social media “with his platform”, his adviser has said.
“I do think that we’re getting to see President Trump returning to social media is probably about two or three months,” Jason Miller told Fox News.
He said the platform “will be the foremost well-liked ticket in social media” and would “completely redefine the game”.
Mr. Trump was suspended from Twitter and Facebook after January’s deadly riots at the US Capitol in Washington DC.
The attack on 6 January by Trump supporters saw five people including a policeman killed and shook the foundations of yank democracy.
Several days later, Twitter said Mr. Trump’s account – @realDonaldTrump – was “permanently suspended… thanks to the danger of further incitement of violence”.
Mr. Trump used Twitter as to how, for quite 10 years, to bypass the normal media and speak directly to voters.
The former president had nearly 90 million followers on the social platform.
Do we know what platform Mr. Trump wants to use?
Not really. Mr. Miller provided no details on this, saying only that “everybody goes to be waiting and watching to ascertain what exactly President Trump does”.
The adviser said Mr. Trump had already had “high-powered meetings” with various teams regarding the venture at his Mar-a-Lago resort in Florida.
“Numerous companies” had already approached the previous president, Mr. Miller said.
“This new platform goes to be big,” he added, predicting that Mr. Trump would draw “tens of many people”.