Donald Trump post on Youtube and Facebook: Former US President Donald Trump wrote a post on Facebook and YouTube accounts on Friday (March 17) after two years. The ban on his account was lifted on Friday following the US Capitol violence. His Facebook and YouTube accounts were activated as soon as the ban was lifted.
Trump wrote in the post "I’m back." Trump said in a 12-second video clip, which appeared to show him delivering his victory speech after winning the 2016 election, as he said: "Sorry for making you wait so long."
2.6 million subscribers on YouTube
76-year-old Republican leader Donald Trump has once again rung for the presidency. Trump has 34 million followers on Facebook, while he has 2.6 million subscribers on YouTube. Let us tell you that on January 6, 2021, Trump’s supporters stormed the US Capitol after Joe Biden’s victory.
YouTube has restored the account
YouTube restored Trump’s account saying, "Starting today, Donald J. Trump channels are no longer banned. He can now upload new content." Meanwhile, social networking giant Meta announced in January that it was restoring Donald Trump’s accounts on Facebook and Instagram.
Trump launched Truth Social after the ban
Be aware that Trump’s Twitter account, which has 87 million followers, was also blocked after the US Capitol violence. After this he launched his social media platform Truth Social. Later, when Twitter’s new owner Elon Musk came to the fore, he had restored Trump’s closed account in November last year, but he has not posted yet. Trump’s surprise victory in 2016 is said to have been attributed to his digital reach on social media.
Parliament lasted only 97 minutes in 5 days, 50 crores of the country’s exchequer in the politics of the party and the opposition
For More Related News Visit World News