Former United States President Donald Trump has launched a new platform to communicate with his followers, inspired by the Twitter and Facebook social networks that have permanently banned their accounts.
The platform, titled “From Donald J. Trump’s Desk,” features videos of the former president and statements from his Political Action Committee (PAC) “Save America”. Campaign Nucleus, a digital company founded by Brad Parscale, Trump’s former campaign manager, runs the Internet, reports The Hill.
His followers can register to receive notifications when the ex-president posts a message from the platform, similar to other social networks. However, you won’t be able to respond to updates Trump shares, but you can like them and share them through your own Facebook and Twitter accounts.
The “About” section of the website also includes praise for the Trump administration and statements for the purposes of their PAC, such as “We are committed to defending innocent lives and our foundation’s Judeo-Christian values” or “We” believe in free speech and fair elections. We need to make sure that fair, honest, transparent and safe elections are held, where every legal vote counts. “
“It’s just a form of communication,” a source familiar with the platform told Fox News. “This system enables Trump to communicate with his supporters,” he added.