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Trump advisor says return to social media will happen within months on his own platform 


Trump ‘will return to social media in two or three months with his own platform and completely redefine the game’, advisor reveals

  • Jason Miller predicts Trump’s new platform will attract ‘tens of millions’ 
  • The former Trump 2020 campaign spokesman says the platform will ‘redefine the game’
  • Fox News program “MediaBuzz” quoted Miller’s prediction about the Trump platform
  • Twitter banned Trump from its platform following the Jan. 6 Capitol uprising 

An advisor to former President Donald Trumps says he will make a return to social media within months using “his own platform.”

Jason Miller, a principal at SHW Partners, predicted Trump will attract “tens of millions” of new users to his online presence, the Fox News program “MediaBuzz” reported

Former U.S. President Donald Trump gestures after speaking in the East Room of the White House in Washington, D.C., on election night, November 4, 2020

Former Trump advisor Jason Miller says a new Trump social media platform is expected within months and could attract tens of millions

Former Trump advisor Jason Miller says a new Trump social media platform is expected within months and could attract tens of millions 

Howard Kurtz's Fox News program "Media Buzz" issued Miller's announcement of a Trump return to social media

Howard Kurtz’s Fox News program “Media Buzz” issued Miller’s announcement of a Trump return to social media

The show sent out quotes from Miller via Twitter, the platform that banned Trump after the Jan. 6 Capitol uprising

The show sent out quotes from Miller via Twitter, the platform that banned Trump after the Jan. 6 Capitol uprising

Miller, who was a spokesperson for Trump’s 2020 campaign, said on the show Sunday that Trump will reenter the social media space in two to three months with a new platform that will “completely redefine the game.”

Trump was a prolific Twitter user before and during his presidency, but the social media platform shuttered his account and permanently banned him from posting after Jan. 6, when Trump supporters stormed the U.S. Capitol building. 

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