Former President Donald Trump’s senior advisor Jason Miller said on Fox News that Donald Trump plans to launch his own social media site in the coming months.
Miller told Fox News that he couldn’t say much more at this time, but that “numerous companies” have approached him and that he’s held meetings at Mar-a-Lago on the subject.
Donald Trump’s new social media site, according to Miller, would draw “tens of millions of people.”
“I believe President Donald Trump will return to social media with his own site in about two or three months,” Miller said on Fox News.
“And I believe this will be the hottest ticket in social media; it will totally redefine the game, and everyone will be waiting and watching to see exactly what President Trump does.”
Mr. Trump has been sending tweet-like statements to reporters via his office since January, when he was permanently barred from his favorite site of Twitter.
Following the attack on the Capitol on January 6 and Mr. Trump’s false accusations that the election was rigged, the former president was barred from using the forum.
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