New York, (EFE).- Meta lifted the veto, in force since January 2021, to the social networks of Donald Trump’s Facebook and Instagram.
However, and in the first moments after that decision, the candidate for the Republican primaries for the 2024 presidential elections has not yet written anything on these platforms.
The restitution of the tycoon’s accounts comes weeks after Meta announced that it would restore the former president’s access after a two-year ban following his comments before, during and after the Capitol takeover on January 6, 2021.
Twitter, for its part, restored Trump’s account last November and the Republican has not posted a single word on this platform since then either.
Trump was a great fan of social networks when he was in the White House, between 2017 and 2021, both to announce official issues, and to comment on television programs or announce what he would eat that day, among many other things.
After his ban on the main social networks in 2021, the former president created his own social network, Truth Social, which he launched in October 2021 and has been available on the Apple App Store since February 2022. It is not available for devices of Android and its penetration has been well below expectations.
Trump signed an exclusivity contract with Truth Social whose validity is unknown, but the specialized media indicate that this could end in March 2023