Former Donald Trump Aide Jason Miller Launches Similar Twitter Social Media
Months after the President of the United States was banned on popular social media platform like Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, his former senior advisor Jason Miller has launched a new social media called Gettr which is quite similar to Twitter.
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Gettr is a platform where users can posts and see tending topics around the world, the app has been advertised on Google and Apple app stores as "a non-bias social network for people all over the world" as reported by Politico.
For months now, the Trump team has teased a new social media platform they plan launching after the former president was banned on social media after the January 6th riot. A month ago, there was a blog launched by Trump which was shut down not long after the launch.
However, Miller has told Fox News in an interview that he hope Donald Trump would join the new platform, but he was considering a number of other options, so this means Trump is yet to join the social platform and Miller said he was not the one funding the platform.
Trump will remain banned on Twitter indefinately, while on Facebook he will be banned till at least 2023, while on YouTube he will remain banned, according to Alphabet's YouTube until the company determines the risk of violence has decreased.
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