Former President Trump plans to launch his own social media platform in the coming months, his senior advisor Jason Miller said on Fox News’ “#MediaBuzz” on Sunday.
Miller told Fox News there wasn’t much more he could say right now, but claimed “numerous companies” had reached out to the former president and held meetings on the matter in Mar-a-Lago. Miller suggested that Mr. Trump’s future social media platform will attract “tens of millions of people”.
“I think we’ll see President Trump return to social media with his own platform, probably in two or three months,” Miller told Fox News. “And that’s something that I think will be the hottest ticket on social media. It will completely redefine the game and everyone will wait and watch to see what exactly President Trump does.”
Mr. Trump who hasFrom his favorite Twitter platform since January, he’s been sending some tweet-like statements to reporters through his office. The former president was named after on the Capitol and Mr. Trump’s false claims that the election was rigged.
The former president continues to falsely claim he won, including in a statement Saturday claiming the election was “illegitimate”.