The former president has said he has no plans to return to the social media platform, despite Elon Musk saying he'd reverse the ban if his bid to buy Twitter is successful.
Trump had accused Twitter of violating his First Amendment free speech rights by permanently de-platforming his account two days after the Jan. 6 Capital incident, asserting it was under the demand of Democrat lawmakers.
“It’s destroying the country,” Trump said.
Last Month's RulingJudge James Donato ruled last month that Trump hadn’t shown Twitter was acting as a government censor when it suspended his account citing policy violation. He wrote in a court file that the First Amendment doesn’t apply to private companies, adding that the former president is “not starting from a position of strength.”
Facebook said in June last year that it may allow Trump to use Facebook and Instagram again in January 2023, while YouTube stated earlier that it will lift its ban when the “risk of violence has decreased.”
The merger between the two would provide Truth Social with $1.3 billion in capital and make it a publicly-traded company, named Trump Media & Technology Group Corp, on the Nasdaq.