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Letters to the Editor — March 20, 2021
Former President Donald Trump will return to social media within the next few months — and with his own service, his top adviser said Sunday.
Jason Miller told Fox News’ ”Media Buzz” that the former president will be back in two to three months, and will launch a new platform that he claimed would “completely redefine the game” and attract tens of millions of users.
Twitter dropped Trump from its platform in January just days after a mob of his supporters marched on the Capitol as Congress was certifying the 2020 election for President Biden.
The crowd surged past law enforcement officers and smashed windows and doors to gain entrance to the federal building where they ransacked a number of congressional offices. Five people died as a result of the mayhem, including a Capitol Police officer.
Twitter said Trump was “permanently suspended” because he was inciting “violence,” cutting him off from his 88.6 million followers.
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