President Donald Trump and several Republican candidates are reportedly using Campaign Nucleus. It is a platform created by former Trump campaign manager Brad Parscale and his team. The decision was made to protect conservatives from the issue of cancel culture.
According to the channel, the platform was created in March 2016 by Parscale. The former campaign manager has been working on this project for the past five years, without revealing further details.
On its official website, the platform is described as the only automated digital ecosystem created to efficiently manage political campaigns and organizations. It also details that it allows users to send emails, text messages and statements to the media and press. It also has the option to send mail through the U.S. Postal Service.
A source familiar with the project stated that the social media section is 70 to 80 % complete; and that the intention is to launch the tools by the end of 2021.
Since leaving the U.S. Presidency, Trump has been censored by Big Tech, such as Twitter and YouTube. This Wednesday, the family denounced Facebook’s censorship of an interview with his daughter-in-law, Lara Trump.
In the notification they received from Facebook, it is reported that the accounts that publish content of the former president could have other limitations. For his part, his son Trump said that it is an unpleasant fact: “This is so horrible, what is our country becoming?
Given the growing cancel culture in the country, it has been rumored that the businessman may return to digital platforms with his own application. In addition, Trump’s main advisor, Jason Miller, assured that the former president would return to social media in the coming months.
In fact, this week, the former president’s team reported the use of a new web platform. The intention would be to keep in touch with his followers and coordinate new activities.