Trump’s new Twitter: Parler
Trump, instead of making an official statement on issues that concern billions of people, would announce the point where the US stopped on Twitter.
Trump’s love for the platform is platonic. After Twitter restricted the US President’s account, the issue became a matter of existence for the American right.
Trump, which includes the restriction of its account, tried to change the “Section 230” law of 1996, which gave internet companies broad rights.
The president, who has failed this attempt without the approval of the Senate, is now heading towards Parler, the social media platform designed as an alternative to Twitter.