Digital Desk, San Francisco. Former US President Donald Trump’s new social media app Truth Social may launch on the iOS platform on February 21. The Verge reported on Thursday that the app is being built by Trump Media and Technology Group (TMTG), a group of former leaders U.S. media company, led by former U.S. Representative Devin Nunes.
The report states that Truth Social looks like a Twitter clone based on the screenshots in the App Store listing. The profile page shown in one of the screenshots looks almost like Twitter and the post shows icons for reply, retweet, saving and sharing. give.
According to the report, the social network’s Twitter-like design is almost certainly no accident. The report states that Twitter was Trump’s favorite megaphone for years, until he was arrested in January 2021, shortly after the January 6 uprising on the US Capitol. The latter was permanently banned.
In May, he essentially launched a blog where he posted scathing comments, but it was not as popular as his former Twitter account and was shut down less than a month after it was launched. sued in an attempt to restore his account on Twitter.