“Twitter Cannot Succeed Without Me”: Donald Trump

“Twitter Cannot Succeed Without Me”: Donald Trump

Trump has made his own Truth Social platform, on which he made the following statement: “I am extremely glad that Twitter is now safely back in sane hands, and will no longer be managed by Radical Left Lunatics and Maniacs that truly despise our nation.”

Although he is overjoyed, he reportedly stated that Twitter cannot succeed without him.

On Friday, former US president Donald Trump praised Elon Musk for the successful sale of Twitter but did not commit to returning to the platform.

Is Trump’s Twitter Exile Over?Musk has suggested that he might ease Trump’s Twitter suspension, which was put in place after the 2021 attack on the US Capitol that the Republican leader is accused of instigating.

However, when asked about his plans to return from his Twitter exile, Trump remained tight-lipped and declined to address the matter in a recent interview with Fox News Digital.

Trump, in another interview with the cable network, said that he admired Musk and wished him luck, adding, “I don’t think Twitter can be successful without me.”

On the other hand, the vast community of analysts thinks that the 76-year-old real estate tycoon won’t be able to resist the draw of the massive internet platform where he once had more than 80 million followers.

Since he started Truth Social in October of last year, he has amassed slightly over four million followers there.

His return to Twitter in the days leading up to the midterm elections on November 8 could have an impact on the race, giving him a larger audience to spread his messages of disdain for candidates and falsely claiming election fraud in outcomes he doesn’t like, just as he did after his own defeat in 2020.

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