Donald Trump will launch “Truth Social” to attack Twitter and Facebook

World leaders are known to have their own apps named after him, but now it becomes all too often whether he is a businessman or a businesswoman. In this case, it is former US President Donald Trump. According to messages from an executive on a test version seen by Reuters, Donald Trump will launch a new app tomorrow called “Truth Social” on the Apple-owned App Store. Last year, he announced the app and said it would “stand up to the tyranny of Big Tech.”

Importantly, Donald Trump’s Twitter account was suspended for the violence on the US Capitol Hills by Republican supporters on January 6, 2021. He was also banned from Facebook and YouTube. He was charged with inciting violence after losing the presidential seat to Democrat Joe Biden.

His eldest son, Donald Trump Jr, posted on his Twitter profile saying, “It’s time for some truth.”

World leaders are known to have their own apps named after him, but now it becomes all too often whether he is a businessman or a businesswoman. In this case, it is former US President Donald Trump. According to messages from an executive on a test version seen by Reuters, Donald Trump will launch a new app tomorrow called “Truth Social” on the Apple-owned App Store. Last year, he announced the app and said it would “stand up to the tyranny of Big Tech.”

Importantly, Donald Trump’s Twitter account was suspended for the violence on the US Capitol Hills by Republican supporters on January 6, 2021. He was also banned from Facebook and YouTube. He was charged with inciting violence after losing the presidential seat to Democrat Joe Biden.

His eldest son, Donald Trump Jr, posted on his Twitter profile saying, “It’s time for some truth.”

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According to The Guardian, in a series of posts Friday night, a verified account of the network’s product manager, listed as Billy B, answered questions about the app from people invited to use it during its testing phase. A user asked when the app, available this week for beta testers, would be released, according to screenshots seen by Reuters.

“We are currently set to release in the Apple App Store for Monday, February 21,” the executive replied.

“Led by former Republican Rep. Devin Nunes, Trump Media & Technology Group (TMTG), the company behind Truth Social, will join a growing portfolio of tech companies that are positioning themselves as champions of free speech and hoping to attract users who feel their point of view. are deleted on platforms such as Twitter, Facebook and YouTube,” wrote The Guardian.

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