Former US President Donald Trump, elected fromThe Conservative Republican Party will soon launch a free speech crusade. Trump's senior adviser, Jason Miller, said that the 45th US president plans to return to social networks, for which his own social platform will be launched over the next 2-3 months.
The politician did not specify the parameters and exact datesthe publication of Trump's social network, but noted that this event "will completely change the rules of the game." The former president's headquarters also declined to comment on Trump's plans to create his own social platform.
Scandalous blocking in popular socialnetworks account of the current president of the United States was carried out in the turning days of the struggle for the presidency in the 2020 elections. Then Trump's supporters carried out a short-term seizure of the Capitol, and social networks considered calls for violence and mass protests in the incumbent's tweets.
The events of January 2021 led to a displacementaccents in American domestic politics. The Democratic Party and social media businessmen are pushing for tougher censorship, while conservative Republicans have found themselves in an unfamiliar role as freedom of speech fighters.
Ambiguous permanent account blockingPresident Trump on Twitter and subsequent bans on other social networks such as Facebook, Instagram Snapchat and the streaming platform Twitch will in the long run lead to a rethinking of censorship norms and the boundaries of free speech not only in the United States, but around the world.