For more than ten weeks Americans have lived without regular communications from Donald Trump, their former president, who had a habit of expressing his thoughts daily and sometimes 50 times a day in abrasive messages on Twitter.
Now, from his club at Mar-a-Lago on Palm Beach, Trump is planning to return to social media by launching his own platform, his former adviser Jason Miller said yesterday.
Trump was banned from Twitter permanently on January 8, two days after his supporters stormed the US Capitol to overturn the results of the presidential election. Twitter said it had concluded that there was a risk of further incitement of violence if he were allowed to remain on its platform.
Facebook suspended his account and has deferred to its