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Donald Trump publishes first message on Facebook and YouTube since suspension in 2021

donald trump posted messages on their accounts Facebook and Youtubefor the first time more than two years after they were suspended as a result of the assault on the Capitol by supporters of the former US president.

“I’M BACK!”wrote Trumpwho is running for the Republican nomination for 2024 electionalong with a 12-second video of his 2016 election victory in which he exclaimed: “I’m sorry I kept you waiting for a complicated topic”.

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The 76-year-old Republican mogul has been unable to post any content for his 34 million followers on Facebook and 2.6 million subscribers of Youtube for more than two years.

The platforms suspended to Trump days after a mob of his supporters attacked the Capitol in Washington on January 6, 2021 to try to stop the certification of his electoral defeat against the Democrat Joe Biden.

He was suspended for posting content that the platforms said incited a riot.

Youtube announced his reinstatement on Friday, two months after the giant Meta announced that it was restoring Trump’s accounts in Facebook and instagram.

your account Twitter, which has 87 million followers, was also blocked after the riots. Trump then opened the Truth Social platform, where he is followed by less than five million people.

Has not published content on instagram nor in Twitter since his reinstatement.

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Source: Elcomercio

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