Corey Lewandowski, one of former President Donald Trump’s 2016 campaign managers and senior adviser for his re-election campaign, joined Newsmax on Saturday morning. Lewandowski revealed more information about President Trump’s social media platform that he is expected to launch in the coming months.
According to Corey Lewandowski, the platform will be interactive and allow users to interact without fear of retaliation or being canceled.
Lewandowski broke the news of President Trump’s social media plans on Saturday’s program.
Via Newsweek on the far left:
Last weekend, Jason Miller, longtime adviser and spokesperson for Trump, said the former president would return to social media by creating “his own” platform that would host “tens of millions” of people afterwards. being banned by Twitter.
In an interview on Newsmax’s Saturday agenda, Lewandowski confirmed that the platform will “launch in the next three to four months.”
“It will be an interactive communication tool where the president can post things there and people can repost and communicate directly with him,” he said.
Lewandowski explained that Trump’s social media network will allow supporters to communicate freely without fear of censorship.
“What we’ve seen from Big Tech and the cancellation culture is, if you don’t agree with their philosophy, they’re going to cancel you,” he said. “We are going to have a platform where the message from the president of America First can be broadcast to everyone and it will be an opportunity for others to weigh in and communicate in a free format without fear of retaliation. or being canceled. “