Former President Donald Trump on Tuesday launched a new “communication platform” that will allow him to speak to his followers even if he is currently banned from Twitter and Facebook.
The reaction from Twitter users so far appears to be a collective “meh”.
According to Fox News, the platform bears the eye-catching title of “From Donald J. Trump’s Office” and is accessible through Trump’s website.
Currently, FTDODJT (a term absolutely nobody uses) allows the former president to post tweet-like messages ransacking his enemies, fake news and his humiliating election defeat.
However, that doesn’t allow his supporters to display their blatant responses – yet.
“This is only a one-way communication,” an inside source told FoxNews. “This system allows Trump to communicate with his supporters.”
The page was launched just a day before Facebook’s independent oversight committee upheld the site’s indefinite ban against Trump, according to NPR.
Although it seems to miss the bugs associated with Frank, the social media platform recently launched by Trump supporter Mike Lindell, many people say that “From Donald J. Trump’s office” is more of a blast from the past than of the future of social media.
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