Donald Trump has considered using a wrestling connection to signify his return to Twitter later this year.
According to a new report from Rolling Stone, former United States President Donald Trump is making plans to return to major social media platforms later this year. Trump is planning on returning to Twitter and Facebook, which would also mean he would not re-sign a social media exclusivity term with Truth Social. The agreement stated that Trump would be required to post all social media communications to Truth Social before being allowed to share his content on other platforms six hours later. Trump’s exclusivity agreement is set to expire in June 2023 and sources claim Trump doesn’t see a need to extend the deal.
NBC News reported Trump has started asking his associates for ideas about what his first tweet should be. Rolling Stone says one idea being passed around includes a “slickly made WWE-style campaign video” about his return to Twitter “and then to the White House.” A source speaking to Rolling Stone also said that Trump has also considered making his first Tweet an insult directed at President Joe Biden, or comparing himself to Superman.
Donald Trump was indefinitely suspended from Facebook and Twitter after the January 6, 2021 Capitol riots in Washington, D.C. Facebook has upheld the suspension, but Twitter owner Elon Musk reinstated Trump’s account in November. Despite the change, Trump said he was staying with Truth Social at that time.
Trump was inducted into the celebrity wing of the WWE Hall of Fame in 2013. Trump won the 2016 U.S. Presidential election and announced he plans on running for office again in 2024.
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