Former President Donald Trump launched From the Desk of Donald J. Trump after being kicked off social media platforms left and right.
Following the insurgency at the Capitol on January 6, we extensively covered Trump’s antics, which resulted in his ban from social media platforms such as Twitter and Facebook.
Trump and his crew were determined to create a forum where the former president could voice his opinions without censorship after the far-right, Trump-loving platform Parler was removed from app stores.
From the Desk of Donald Trump thrived for less than a month, but it was reported today that it has been permanently pulled down.
According to CNBC, Trump’s top assistant Jason Miller said in an email that the platform “would not be returning,” adding that “it was really auxiliary to the bigger efforts we have and are working on.”
Trump has previously claimed that he is considering creating his own social media platform. That isn’t the only piece of information coming from Trump’s camp.
Maggie Haberman, a reporter for the New York Times, provided an update on Trump’s latest supposed hypothesis.
“Trump has been telling a number of people he’s in contact with that he expects to be reinstated by August (no, that’s not how it works; I’m just sharing the knowledge with you),” she wrote.
“It isn’t taking place in a vacuum. It’s happening as he prepares for an indictment by the Manhattan District Attorney.”