Trump on Facebook: Trump prepares to return to Facebook and Twitter ahead of presidential polls

trump on Facebook Former US President Donald Trump may soon be seen returning to Facebook. Trump himself has spoken of returning to Facebook. They revealed that they are in talks with Meta Platforms about a possible return to Facebook and Instagram.

According to the report, Trump said that we are talking to him and we will see how it goes. Trump said that if they took us back, it would help them a lot. “It would be nice for me to come back as well, but they need us more than us. However, Meta has not commented on this. Let us tell you that in November last year, Trump has started a campaign to re-capture the presidency for the next 2024 general election. Let us tell you that two years ago, the company had banned Trump him for inciting violence

Facebook will take a big decision

Meta, the world’s largest social media company, could make a controversial decision this month on the future of Trump’s accounts. Whereas Trump, on the other hand, has not posted a single tweet even after re-starting his account on Twitter and has also said that he prefers his own social platform called Truth instead of Twitter.

Trump campaign spokesman Steven Cheung told Wednesday that returning to Facebook “will be an important tool for reaching voters in the 2024 campaign.” Explain that on January 6, 2021, Meta had canceled Trump’s account on Facebook and Instagram after deleting two of Trump’s posts during the US Capitol riot. 

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