Donald Trump said he doesn’t care if the majority of people on Twitter want him back
Donald Trump, a former president of the United States, stated that he has no interest in returning to Twitter, even if a majority of users support this. Donald Trump was previously prohibited from using Twitter because it was alleged that he incited violence there. When Elon Musk was on his path to acquiring Twitter in May, he had already made the decision to reinstate his account. He eventually overturned the limits imposed on Donald Trump after a six-month fight. For the people to vote on whether or not bringing back the former president is appropriate, he created a poll on the platform. Approximately 15 million Twitter users cast ballots, with 51.8% supporting the restoration.
“The people have spoken.” “Trump will be reinstated,” Musk tweeted.
Not only was his account restored, but his following grew as well. Trump’s Twitter account had more than 88 million followers as of January 8, 2021. After the reversal, his account quickly grew to 100,000 followers overall. Even some people complained on Saturday night that they couldn’t follow the account. Trump, however, didn’t appear really concerned about it. When asked by a panel at the annual leadership gathering of the Republican Jewish Coalition whether he intended to return to Twitter, the former president responded via video, “I don’t see any need for it.”
He added that he wanted to continue with the brand-new platform he started once his account was suspended. Trump created the Truth Social app through his Media & Technology Group (TMTG) firm because he thinks it has more user interaction than Twitter and is performing “phenomenally well.” Trump has more than 4.57 million fans on his platform. The platform has served as his primary means of communication with his fans. In May 2021, he started posting often. He used the program for official things like keeping his reputation up, helping his friends, smearing his enemies when he had to, and running a federal investigation.
If Trump joined Twitter again, it would raise concerns about his responsibilities to Truth Social, which was introduced in October on Google’s Play Store and in February on Apple’s App Store. Every account that was banned on the basis of the facts will be unbanned, according to Elon Musk. He stated that if found guilty or deserved, he would not reverse any accounts. A content moderation team has been set up on the site to look at user accounts and content to make them clearer.