4 months ago 2 min read

Despite Being Unbanned From Twitter, Donald Trump Seems Averse to Returning, Here's Why


Following a survey conducted by the new chairman Elon Musk, former U.S. President Donald Trump was unbanned from Twitter. Elon Musk polled Twitter users over the weekend about whether or not to reinstate President Trump. In a referendum of nearly 15 million people, 51.8% said they would like to see the former president return to Twitter.

After being suspended for over 22 months, the @realdonaldtrump account has been reinstated by the Twitter staff. Until now, the previous U.S. Despite being unbanned over the past few hours, the president hasn't tweeted using his account.

Most likely, Donald Trump is implying that he won't return to Twitter. He stated that he preferred to stick to Truth Social, his own social media network that he founded soon after being fired from Twitter in early 2021.

Donald Trump: Lots of Issues on Twitter

The former U.S. official gave an explanation for not rejoining. The President stated that Twitter has "a lot of difficulties." Trump mentioned these things when addressing the Republican Jewish Coalition gathering in Las Vegas:

“I hear we’re getting a big vote to also go back on Twitter. I don’t see it because I don’t see any reason for it. It may make it, it may not make it.”

In addition, he claimed that many of his Twitter followers switched to Truth Social as a result of his termination from the social media site. Furthermore, he stated:

“I don’t see them going back onto Twitter”.

After Trump was accused of encouraging violence on Capitol Hill, his account was banned. Donald Trump, though, formally declared his return to the 2024 US presidential election on last Tuesday.

On November 19, Donald Trump stated that he approved of Elon Musk's $44 billion purchase of Twitter. He did, however, describe Twitter's issues as "awful," citing an excessive number of phony accounts and unfavorable engagement. He furthered by sharing:

“Truth Social has been very, very powerful, very, very strong, and I’ll be staying there.”

Elon Musk has been putting a lot of effort into finding a solution to the bot problem on the platform ever since Twitter was acquired. The richest man in the world is receptive to suggestions on how to enhance the platform user experience.

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