Trump’s Truth Social Makes Saddest Announcement of All Time

Truth Social, social network Donald Trump launched after being dropped from Twitter, not quite the success its supporters had clearly hoped for. As of the end of March, “daily active users” is said to have reached 513,000, compared with Twitter’s roughly 217 million, although Trump Media & Technology Group, the company behind Truth Social, boldly claims announced that it would not only disrupt other social media networks, but also “Amazon, Apple, Netflix and Google”. Meanwhile, people want to use the app seem less excited about the product. “What’s the point of downloading apps when you can’t create an account?” read an App Store review, continued, “I tried to create[e] an account about 10 times. It says[y] sent me a verification email which I never received. Another said: “The app is barely working. Complete propaganda and disinformation. It’s becoming a platform for Trump to raise funds for his minions to continue operating.” In April, two top executives, who told Reuters, were the “central players” and “brains” behind the app’s technology, resigned. , a special purpose acquisition and parent company of Truth Social, is being investigated by the Securities and Exchange Commission.The app remains unavailable for Android users despite having a CEO. Devin Nunes, who left his job in Congress to run it, says it will be fully operational by the end of March. And after months without posting a single “fact,” Trump has begun to engage more with the network he founded, but not at the same rate he did on Twitter.

And now, the TS gang has made its saddest revelation: that anyone in the fence about joining should feel at ease as Trump is likely to post his “truth” elsewhere in the ring. hours and in some cases, before he posts on Truth Social. Every New York Journal:

The SEC filing by Digital World Acquisition Corp., a special-purpose acquirer attempting to merge with Trump Media & Technology Group and publicly, [has] revealed some interesting details about SPAC’s deal with Trump. In the document, Digital World Acquisition Corp. lists some of the business risks associated with Trump, who serves as TMTG’s chairman and largest shareholder. It noted that under the license agreement between Trump and TMTG: “President Trump is generally obligated to make any social media posts on TruthSocial and not to post similar posts on a website. other social media for 6 hours. Then he is free to post on any website to which he has access. As a result, TMTG has limited time to benefit from his posts, and followers may not find it appealing to use TruthSocial to read his posts quickly. “

So if Trump wants to rejoin Twitter, he will only have to wait 1/4 day to repost his “truth” as a tweet. And there are some sizable exceptions: “Also, he can post from a personal account related to political messages, political fundraisers or voting efforts on any of the social media sites on whenever.” The vague term “political message” can be used to describe most of what Trump posts.

In other words, according to company, If you’re thinking of joining Truth Social for Trump, think about saving yourself a download.

In the first day of this month, Elon Musk said that – if he actually bought Twitter – he would let Trump back, arguing that it was not right to “ban” him from inciting a riot because it “shunned a large part of the country.” For his part, Trump has said he would not rejoin Twitter if given the chance, a statement even his closest advisers tell people not to believe.

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