Former President Trump launches his own social media platform called Truth

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Jason Miller, Former Adviser to Trump, thinks the former President’s new social media platform is a welcome competitor.

Former President Trump has been banned from Facebook and Twitter after being accused to his his profiles to incite the January 6th insurrection at the US Capitol.

Trump says his platform will “stand up to the tyranny of big tech”.

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