Trump On Twitter: Former President Promises To Stay Loyal To His Social Media Company

By Pamela Glass | Thursday, 19 May 2022 22:45
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Former President Donald Trump will somewhat limit himself on major social media platforms by sometimes posting exclusively on his platform, Truth Social, according to federal security filing on Monday.

Trump would delay posting on social media like Twitter or Facebook — if they let him back on their platforms after banning him for his part in the January 6 Capitol riots — to give preferential treatment of content to Truth Social, according to a Securities and Exchange Commission filing from Digital World Acquisition Corp., the parent company of Truth Social.

”President Trump is generally obligated to make any social media post on TruthSocial and may not make the same post on another social media site for 6 hours,” the SEC filing announced. “Thereafter, he is free to post on any site to which he has access.”

The filing includes the caveat that Trump will be enabled to post from a personal account on any social media platform if he’s sharing content related to political messaging, political fundraising, or get-out-the-vote efforts.

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This means Trump will probably be restricted from sharing content on major platforms when he posts content on matters related purely to social matters or business affairs, which make up a relatively small share of his online communications.

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Trump’s social media presence on prominent platforms would be expected to play a crucial part in a 2024 presidential campaign.

Trump had tens of millions of followers on Twitter and Facebook before he was banned.

Still, Trump seems likely to make a return to Twitter early next year if billionaire Elon Musk successfully takes over the platform and allows him back on the site.

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Meanwhile, Biden’s inner circle and party strategists are concerned that misinformation will rise on Twitter under Musk’s leadership and ahead of the 2024 presidential election, which could pit Biden against the former President in a rematch, these people announced. Former President Barack Obama is among a group of Biden allies privately worried that Musk’s acquisition of Twitter could lead to a Trump return to the platform, according to a person familiar with the matter.

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“Now, Trump will use Twitter to do far more damage to regain power in 2022 and 2024 while Elon Musk has given no indication that he will do anything to stop him,” Mary Anne Marsh, a veteran Democratic strategist, explained to CNBC.

One strategist close to some of the party’s biggest Silicon Valley mega-donors announced “it’s not good” for the Democratic Party.

“He’s a great engineer and businessman but I would not trust him with my daughter let alone the millions of people who rely on Twitter for information,” this strategist stated of Musk. Democrats could be on the brink of losing both the House and Senate in the coming 2022 congressional midterm elections.

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