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Donald Trump's team launches new social media app

One of Donald Trump's former aids is leading a new social media platform called GETTR.


Since Donald Trump is kicked off almost every social media platform, his team started a new social media app called GETTR. Jason Miller, who is Trump's former spokesman, is leading the app. Here is the mission statement for GETTR.

"The platform, called GETTR, advertised its mission statement as 'fighting cancel culture, promoting common sense, defending free speech, challenging social media monopolies, and creating a true marketplace of ideas.'"- Meridith McGraw, Tina Nguyen, and Christiano Lima, Politico

The platform is supposedly similar to Twitter.

I'm down for this. Get all these political lunatics off Twitter and put them on different apps. GETTR can be for the right and a new app will need to be developed the left. Let Twitter be for people who don't scream at others for their political beliefs. Whether it's in person or online, no one likes to be in the middle of a political debate.  We all know the type of people I'm talking about. The people that look like this on their profile picture.

Once they're on their app, let them do whatever they want. At the end of the day, debating politics online is like screaming into a black hole. Nothing gets accomplished other than our timelines being flooded with people complaining about every little step the president takes. Trump's in office? The left cries and tries to cancel him. Biden's in office? The right cries and says he gets nothing done. It's a lose-lose situation for someone like me, who hates both sides.

If people thought they saw the last of Trump, they were wrong. I feel like this is just the beginning of his 2024 presidential campaign.

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