Former US President Donald Trump was banned from using social media platforms such as Twitter and Facebook on Tuesday (local time), unveiling a new “communication platform”.

The name of the platform comes from the desk of Donald J Trump and is a subsection of the former president’s existing website.

Trump spokesperson Jason Miller said on Twitter that the new website “is a great resource to find his latest statements and key points since he took office,” but added that “this is not a new Social media platform. We will provide more information on this front in the near future.”

“Come directly from Donald J. Trump’s desk,” said a 30-second video posted on the site, which included content that he had banned social media access.

The website contains written statements made by Trump since he stepped down from office on January 20. The platform has a camera function, which Trump can use to make a video statement.

After being banned by social media platforms such as Facebook, the former president launched the communication platform on the eve of the Facebook Oversight Committee’s decision whether to allow him to return to social networking sites.

According to Fox News (Fox News) first reported that the exchange platform only started operating more than four months after Facebook, Twitter and other social media companies banned Trump’s tweets and news about the general election. The general election triggered January 6. Riots at the U.S. Capitol on Japan.

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