Donald Trump, the 45th president, is considering rejoining the social media platform. According to a copy of the letter obtained by ABC News, attorneys representing Trump, who was banned from Facebook following the uprising on January 6th, have written to executives of Meta demanding a meeting to discuss “prompt reinstatement to the platform.”
The letter, sent to Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg and two other officials, states that the removal of Trump’s account “has dramatically distorted and inhibited the public discourse,” and represents “a deliberate effort by a private company to silence Mr. Trump’s political voice.”
There is “inappropriate meddling” in the American political and election process, the letter continues, “and every day that President Trump’s political voice stays suppressed furthers that influence.”
While without explaining why Trump was banned in the first place, the letter does mention that he has been reinstated to Twitter. In November, after putting the matter to a referendum, Twitter CEO Elon Musk reversed Trump’s ban on the platform.
Despite being unbanned, he has not utilized the account and has stated that he would continue to use TRUTH Social, the platform he created after being banned from the majority of social networking networks. In the wake of the uprising in 2021, Trump was banned from the social media platform due to safety worries that his remarks may incite violence.
The business then clarified that the removal will be in effect for two years before being reviewed. “We therefore write to request a meeting to discuss President Trump’s prompt reinstatement to the platform,” the letter says. Facebook claimed in November it has no plans to restore Trump as of Trump’s announcement that he will run for president in 2024.
The 45th president, Donald Trump, is contemplating a comeback to the social networking site. A copy of the letter requesting a meeting with officials of Meta to discuss “rapid readmission to the platform” was acquired by ABC News from the lawyers representing Trump, who was banned from Facebook following the revolt on January 6th.
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