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Trump in his first post on his private network: "I'm back"

Trump in his first post on his private network: “I’m back”

After questions about his imminent return to Twitter filled the media circles, former US President Donald Trump finally cut doubts by announcing his joining his new network.

On his TRUTH Social network on Thursday, Trump posted his first social media post for the first time in more than a year.

Private network .. will not return to Twitter!

“I’m back! #covfefe,” the president wrote on TRUTH Social Thursday afternoon with a picture of himself in front of his Florida home, referring to one of his deleted tweets in 2017 in which he decried media coverage of his administration.

He also stressed that He won’t return to Twitter even with Elon Musk buying all of the company’s sharesInstead, he will start using his TRUTH Social network.

This came after he confirmed in a statement to the American “Fox News” network last Monday, that he would not return to Twitter even after Elon Musk bought the company and re-accounted, adding that instead he would use his TRUTH Social as the only platform for his voice.

He also hoped that the American billionaire would buy the blue bird because he would make improvements to it, considering Musk a good man.

However, he stressed, however, not to return to the podium.

Similar to his favorite platform

It is noteworthy that Twitter announced on Monday afternoon that it had agreed to Musk’s offer to buy the company for $44 billion.

Last February, Trump launched the new social networking platform “TRUTH SOCIAL”, but only for a limited number, as a trial period, on the Apple Store in the United States with features similar to Twitter, which was once his favorite platform.

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In addition, specialists commented on the new news, noting that Trump was banned last year from publishing on his Twitter, Facebook, and YouTube accounts.