Donald Trump launched his new social media platform Truth Social to get his voice heard by his supporters when he was banned from Twitter. The former president of the United States, however, recently started posting all his posts from Truth Social to Twitter under the username @PresTrumpTS. But that didn’t last long, and the account is now banned from the micro-blogging website.
Read the account description before the ban “President Donald J. Trump’s Truth Social Post on Twitter – Confirming that President Trump is being heard on Twitter while he and Devin Nunes are focusing on Truth Social.”
According to Halfpost, Before the account was banned on Tuesday, there were 210 tweets available, with Mr. Trump copy-pasting from Truth Social with the suffix “please follow and retweet”.
The account has been active since April, a report said Halfpost, And was trying to get Mr. Trump’s life ban lifted from Twitter. His ban was announced in 2021 after the January 6, 2021 attack on the U.S. Capitol by his supporters. The platform’s management announced that the former president’s tweets had provoked violence.
Twitter has a policy of banning any account that “seeks to prevent Twitter suspension, enforcement action, or anti-spam challenges.” This includes any behavior intended to avoid any Twitter remedies, such as creating a new account or reusing an existing one.
It adds that a prohibited user “operating, or managing someone else on your behalf, an account that presents your identity, personality, brand or business personality for a different purpose cannot prevent a Twitter suspension.”