New York: The former president’s campaign manager and senior adviser said the planned Donald Trump social media platform “will debut in three to four months.”
“We will have a platform where the president’s message about America First will be able to get it across to everyone,” Corey Lewandowski said on “Saturday Agenda” for conservative Newsmax television.
“There will be an opportunity for others to influence and communicate freely without fear of retaliation or cancellation,” he said.
Lewandowski’s comments followed those of Trump, who said on the March 22 broadcast that after being banned from Twitter and other major social media platforms, he was working on his own and would have more details soon.
“I’m doing things about setting up our own platform that you’ll hear about soon,” Trump said in an interview with Fox News contributor Lisa Booth on the Al-Haqiqa podcast.
A week ago, Trump adviser Jason Miller said that Trump would return to social media in “about two to three months.”
Politico reported in February that Trump had chosen Lewandowski to run the SuperPack as part of his next political effort after the presidency.