First, as confirmed by several US media, the blog of former US President Donald Trump was closed, where he shared, since last month, statements after being expelled from Twitter and Facebook.
“In the past week, Trump’s website, including his new blog, fundraising page, and online storefront, attracted fewer estimated visitors than pet adoption service Petfinder and recipe site Delish,” it reads in The Washington Post.
After the closure of his accounts on those social networks, it was thought that his new site could rally his supporters, but The Washington Post reported that the blog was attracting virtually no readers. The text expands that on its first day in cyberspace, the blog had 159,000 exchanges with its followers, but on the following day, accesses were reduced to 30,000 and did not exceed 15,000 per day since that peak.
According to Prensa Latina, the web portal, called “From Donald Trump’s Desk,” still exists, but now only allows users to submit their email addresses and phone numbers to register and receive updates from the former Republican leader.
On the other hand, the British newspaper The Guardian reported that the site collapsed “mysteriously” last weekend, after the former president published false news about the elections last November.
Now it is Facebook that is in the news again, linked to Trump’s name.
Facebook decided to block the accounts of former US President Donald Trump, who disagreed with the company’s decision on Friday, considering it an insult to those who voted for him in 2020, according to Reuters.
Initiated on January 7 last, Facebook’s decision must be extended until January 2023, under the argument that “Given the seriousness of the circumstances that led to the suspension of Mr. Trump, we believe that his actions constituted a severe violation of our regulations. that deserve the highest sanction available under the new application protocols ”. They refer to Trump’s incitement to mobilize his supporters when he did not want to recognize the result of the presidential elections in the United States.
Donald Trump has purposely responded: “They should not be allowed to get away with this censorship and silencing, and ultimately, we will win. Our country can no longer bear this abuse.
After the two-year suspension period, it would be evaluated whether or not the tycoon represents a danger in the matter that prompted the measure and, if so, could even face a permanent suspension of all its pages and profiles.