Trump reclaims Facebook and Instagram – media

February 9, 2023



(RT) ⸻ Donald Trump has been given back control of his Facebook and Instagram accounts more than two years after being booted from the platforms following the US Capitol riot. Meta Platforms Inc., the parent company of Facebook and Instagram, said last month that Trump's ban would be ending, given that he had declared his candidacy in the 2024 presidential election. Trump had previously been reinstated by Twitter, but hasn't resumed tweeting and has said that he doesn't see any reason to return. He may be tempted to resume using them as the race heats up for the Republican Party's 2024 presidential nomination, but his exclusive presence on Truth Social boosts the value of his own platform, potentially making his stake in the business worth billions of dollars.

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