- Contrary to Musk’s claims, Trump insists on sticking with Truth Social.
Instead of tweeting his “truths” on Twitter, Donald Trump will utilise Truth Social on his own social media site.
- The Truth Social cloud services have been operational since Saturday, allowing clients to complete the enrollment process.
- After the rioting at the US Capitol on January 6th, Trump was permanently banned from Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.
- Tesla CEO Elon Musk has agreed to purchase Trump’s Twitter for an unknown fee.
On Monday, Trump told Fox News that even if Elon Musk could reactivate his Twitter account, he would not return to the site. Truth Social, Trump’s new social media app, will be the place where he’ll be broadcasting his “truths,” rather than on his old go-to, Twitter.
On Monday, Trump told Fox News, “I am not going on Twitter, I am going to remain on TRUTH.” In my opinion, Elon Musk is an excellent person, and I hope he buys Twitter, but I’m sticking with the TRUTH.
Just a few minutes earlier, Elon Musk’s proposal to take Twitter private for $54.20 a share had won the day. For over two weeks, Elon Musk has been attempting to acquire the firm he refers to as “the digital town square.” On the 14th of April, in response to Musk’s first remarks revealing his aspirations, Trump told Americano Media that he “probably wouldn’t have any interest” in returning to Twitter even if Musk acquired it.
To put it another way, “Twitter has become tedious.”
“Twitter has become quite tedious.” They got rid of a lot of their conservative voices on Twitter, “Trump later stated in an interview with Americano Media.
In conversations with Dave Weigel of the Washington Post on Monday, J.D. Vance and Donald Trump Jr. expressed optimism about Twitter’s future under CEO Elon Musk.
Twitter, he said, “is not a free speech forum,” which makes Elon’s acquisition of the service all the more welcome.
“I’m with you,” I respond. Not only are there restrictions on free expression, but there is also what Trump Jr. called “shadowbanning.”
The Twitter clone Truth Social was launched in March by the Trump Media and Technology Group, but the network quickly became useless due to a number of technical problems. The deployment was plagued by technical difficulties and a long wait for new customers to create accounts. Truth Social, on the other hand, has been working successfully since Saturday after switching to new cloud services, allowing users to complete the registration process.
According to the New York Tweet, Trump was “fuming” at Truth’s slow rollout and said he wouldn’t post until it was working properly. Saturday’s infrastructural swap is more likely to come to fruition than Trump’s plan to post only on the truth.
After the rioting at the US Capitol on January 6th, Trump was permanently banned from Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. When Trump’s tweets were first made public, Twitter warned that they may have provoked even more violence.
Trump believes that the purchase of Twitter by Tesla CEO Elon Musk will enhance the service. “I believe it’s a terrific idea. Fox News quoted him as saying, “The more open we can make our nation, the better.”
Republican politicians and other people who have an impact on politics have said the same thing about the purchase of Tesla by Elon Musk.
It’s a promising day for free speech, Sen. Marsha Blackburn (R-TN), a tech hawk, tweeted Monday. In his blog post, he writes, “I am hoping that Elon Musk will rein in Big Tech’s history of silencing people who have different opinions.”
Charlie Kirk, President and CEO of Turning Point USA, stated in a Truth Social post on Monday that “Elon takes over Twitter, the regime becomes weaker.”
Even so, Trump said that a Twitter operated by Elon Musk wouldn’t constitute a substantial threat to his own truth. “I believe it’s a terrific idea. According to President Trump, “We want liberty, justice, and fairness, and the more we can achieve, the better,” he stated. However, that doesn’t make me feel like I’m in a competition, however. “