Donald Trump X First Time Since 2021 Slogan “Never Surrender”

Seema Rai
Seema Rai

Since his final days in office, former US President Donald Trump has not tweeted on X, formerly known as Twitter. In his first post on X in almost two years. Trump shared a link to his website and a photo of his mug shot to celebrate his return to the platform. After his Twitter account was suspended on January 6, 2021. In the wake of the incident at the US Capitol. “Never surrender!” said the caption that appeared beneath the mug shot.

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Trump returned to X the day after his interview with Tucker Carlson

Notably, this interview took place at the same time as other Twitter highlighted Trump’s posts. That appeared to promote violence and exhort his supporters to storm the Capitol when it suspended his account.

Elon Musk, a self-described supporter of unrestrained free expression purchased the social network in October for USD 44 billion and later renamed it. Nevertheless, stated that the choice to exclude Trump was a mistake. Trump’s account was restored by Musk in November, but it was inactive until recently.

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Trump and 18 other people were charged last week with taking part in a vast plot to overturn his loss to Democrat Joe Biden in the 2016 presidential election. The Fulton County prosecution is Trump’s fourth criminal case since March. When he was indicted, making him the first former president in American history.

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Following the presidential debate in Milwaukee the previous night featuring his top competitors for the 2024 Republican nomination. A battle in which he remains the front-runner despite mounting legal difficulties. Trump’s surrender comes amid an abrupt reorganization of his legal staff. However, his Atlanta appearance will be different from others because it will require him to turn himself in at a troubled jail. Without, at least for the time being, a concurrent court appearance.

Fulton County officials have stated that they anticipate taking a booking photo. Just like they would for any other defendant, in contrast to other cities where he was not required to pose for a mug shot.

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