Former U.S. President Donald Trump will once again have a presence on social networks in two or three months, but this time he will do so by creating his own platform.
The move was announced by Jason Miller, one of the main former advisers of the former US president in a statement Sunday to Fox News.
“I think we will see President Trump return to social networks in about two or three months, but with his own platform,” Miller explained to the #MediaBuzz program.
“And this is something that I think will be one of the hottest focuses on social media,” he stressed, “because it will completely redefine the (political) game, and everyone will be waiting and watching to see what exactly President Trump does.”
Miller noted that he could not provide many more details at this time, but revealed that Trump has had “high-level meetings” at his Mar-a-Lago residence in the state of Florida with various teams to discuss his new project.
The former advisor also assured that there are “many companies” that have been interested in this project of the former Republican president. “This new platform is going to be big,” Miller said, and will attract “tens of millions of people.”
While his new project materializes, Trump will continue to endorse the candidates of the Republican party to the different institutions.
The social network Twitter canceled Donald Trump’s account after the riots that occurred in the Capitol on January 6, which are still under investigation.
That platform had previously deleted some of the messages of the then President in which he insisted that he had been robbed of the triumph in the last presidential elections.