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Donald Trump Makes a Comeback on Truth Social, Shares Playful Reference to ‘COVFEFE’ Tweet




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Former President Donald Trump has made a triumphant return to social media after a year-long hiatus. His first message on the newly launched platform Truth Social came accompanied by a photo of himself taken at Mar-a-Lago, Your Content has learned.

In a self-deprecating gesture, Trump humorously alluded to his infamous 2017 tweet containing the misspelled word ‘COVFEFE’ while criticizing media coverage of his administration.

Trump’s presence on Truth Social marks a deliberate departure from Twitter, as he declared that he wouldn’t even reconsider returning if Elon Musk were to reinstate his account.

In Trump’s eyes, the emergence of alternative platforms doesn’t signify a rivalry; rather, he emphasized the importance of fostering liberty, justice, and fairness in the digital realm.

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One of his core promises with Truth Social is to avoid the alleged censorship concerns that have plagued Twitter.

With his return to social media, Donald Trump is once again making waves, this time on his own terms, ensuring an open platform for his followers to engage and share their views freely, according to FOX NEWS.

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