Former President Trump permanently shuts down his blog ‘From The Desk of Donald Trump’ 29 days after launching it

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Former US president, Donald Trump has shut down his newly launched web site the place he posts statements simply 29 days after it was launched.

The web site ”From the Desk of Donald J. Trump’ has been scrubbed from the previous president’s web site and as an alternative the URL redirects customers to a web page to enroll in his e-mail and textual content alerts.

Trump’s workforce didn’t give a cause for closing the web site however
Senior Trump aide Jason Miller instructed CNBC that the location ‘won’t be returning.’

‘It was simply auxiliary to the broader efforts we’ve got and are engaged on,’ he added.

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The web site was arrange by Trump after the previous president was banned from social media websites like Twitter and Facebook following the January 6 Capitol riot.

Trump promised after being banned from his social media accounts that he would set up his own social media site, which he insists is totally different from the ‘desk’ blog.

Miller mentioned he’s ‘hoping to have extra data on the broader efforts quickly’ concerning the brand new social media web site.

But requested on-line later Wednesday whether or not the transfer was a “precursor” to the previous president becoming a member of “another social media platform,” Miller replied: “Yes, actually, it is. Stay tuned!”

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