It should be noted that since Ilan Mask became the main shareholder of Twitter, supporters of the former US president have demanded the recovery of his account on this social network. The rumors have led to speculation that Trump may return to the popular platform if he recovers his Twitter account. But it seems he is not interested in doing so and wants to start his work on his new social network Truth Social by posting in the next few days.
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Following this action, Trump sued Twitter to get his account back. The former US president said that Twitter had pressured him by forcing members of the US Congress. Trump sought to temporarily lift the ban on his Twitter account so that he could work to lift the ban permanently. The text of the complaint states that Twitter is using its power and control over the country's political discourse to a large extent, which is historically unprecedented and dangerous for opening up democratic debates. Donald Trump used his Twitter page to announce personnel policy decisions (mostly organizations and individuals involved), criticize political enemies, and disseminate misinformation about election results.
After Trump's complaint went nowhere, he announced the launch of his new social network called Truth Social on February 21 (March 2). The app was created by the Media and Technology Group (TMTG) and Trump's new media company, led by former United States Representative Devin Nunes. The resemblance between Trump's Truth Social platform design and Twitter is by no means coincidental. Twitter was Trump's popular social network for many years, until he was permanently banned from the US Capitol in January 2021, shortly after the Jan. 6 riots.
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