Release date of Trump’s “Social Truth” app announced — Action News Now

According to reports, posts on social media platforms will be referred to as “truth” and “truth”

According to the list on the Apple App Store, former President Donald Trump’s “Social Truth” app will be released on February 21, paving the way for the joint venture to launch on President’s Day.

According to the Guardian, the social media platform developed by Trump Media and Technology Group (TMTG) is available for pre-order and will be launched in the second half of February.

Similar to Twitter, the site will enable users to follow each other, discuss hot topics, and post a message called “The Truth.” According to The Verge, reposting other users’ posts will be called “real” (similar to reposting on Twitter).

Trump’s alternative social platform will be launched in February, approximately 13 months after the former president was shut down by Facebook and Twitter.

In the last few days of his presidency, both companies took steps to cancel platforms in response to his remarks made during the Capitol riots on January 6, saying that he was spreading fraud allegations regarding the 2020 presidential election.

According to reports, the release of the application will be part of the company’s three-phase development plan. The second phase is considered to be a video-on-demand service, and the third phase may be the launch of a podcast network.

TMTG faces potential challenges before launching various media businesses. The company’s $875 million merger with Digital World Acquisition Corp faces possible regulatory issues.

In December last year, Democratic Senator Elizabeth Warren asked the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) to investigate transactions that may violate securities laws. The SEC has not disclosed whether it will investigate or take action against the company.

TMTG and Apple have not publicly commented on the release date of the app’s report.

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