Trump disables social network launched less than a month ago due to lack of audience – Prime Time Zone

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The platform ‘From the Desk of Donald J. Trump’ was created in May as a way to get around the Republican ban from Facebook, Instagram and Twitter

EFE/EPA/Chris Kleponis/POOL/ArchiveDonald Trump was kicked off major social media amid accusations of his responsibility in the January Capitol raid

The former president of USA, Donald Trump, deactivated the social network launched less than a month ago to communicate with its supporters. The platform ‘From the Desk of Donald J. Trump‘ was created in May as a way to get around the republican ban on Facebook, Instagram e Twitter after capitol invasion. The tool inserted into Trump’s official website followed a similar format to Twitter, with short posts that could be shared on the social networks where he was kicked out. However, she had no follower count and no means of direct interaction, which may explain her failure. The announcement of the end of ‘From the Desk of Donald J. Trump‘ was announced by Republican adviser Jason Miller in an interview with CNBC television on Wednesday 2. Miller justified that the former president’s social network was “useful for the broader efforts” they would be working on, without giving further details on the subject.