Will Twitter Deal Kill Trump’s Social Media Dreams?

When former President Donald Trump won the presidential election six years ago, many pollsters pointed to Twitter (TWTR) – Get Twitter, Inc. Report as a major factor.

Trump, who made tweeting without supervision a centerpiece of his days in office, repeatedly complained about bias on the microblogging service.

He was eventually suspended from Twitter in the wake of the Jan. 6 insurrection “due to the risk of further incitement to violence.”

He has since attempted, with varying degrees of success, to create competing social media sites that closely resemble Twitter and Facebook’s features.


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