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President Trump’s First Post Back On Facebook Is Hilarious!


President Trump was reinstated to Facebook recently.

No one was sure if he would care to even go back, but today he did.

And his first post was hilarious!

It just shows the wit and the humor of the man.

Watch this:

Backup here:

Well done, sir….nicely played!

Now, Zuck, let’s talk about when I get reinstated!

I was deleted without warning in 2021 for no reason.

I did nothing wrong.

Broke no rules.

My only crime?

Being unapologetically Pro-Trump and running a Facebook Page called WeLoveTrump that had over 1.5 MILLION people following it!

Hey Suckerberg, errrrr sorry, “Zuckerberg”…..when do I get my account back?

I’ll wait by the phone for your call.

Earlier today President Trump was also reinstated on YouTube.

Noticing a trend?

Just in time?

JUST IN: YouTube Restores President Trump’s Channel

YouTube has officially restored President Trump’s channel.

Similar to Facebook and Twitter, Trump’s YouTube account was suspended following January 6th, 2021.

“Starting today, The Donald J. Trump channel is no longer restricted and the ability to upload new content is restored,” Leslie Miller, YouTube’s vice president of public policy, said in a statement shared with Fox News Digital.

“We carefully evaluated the continued risk of real-world violence, balancing that with the importance of preserving the opportunity for voters to hear equally from major national candidates in the run up to an election. This channel will continue to be subject to our policies, just like any other channel on YouTube.”

President Trump has his Twitter, Facebook, and YouTube accounts restored after being suspended for roughly two years.

Fox News reported:

While YouTube’s statement did not include a mention of whether the videos it took action on and deleted would be restored, Axios, the first outlet to report on the restoration of Trump’s channel, stated “those videos will not be restored.”

The restoration of Trump’s channel now gives the 2024 GOP presidential hopeful a chance to buy ads on the platform for his campaign — so long as they fall in line with YouTube’s policies.

On Jan. 13, 2021 – just one week after Twitter decided to permanently suspend the then-sitting president – YouTube, citing “concerns about the ongoing potential for violence,” suspended Trump’s ability to upload new content to its platform for one week and removed some of the new content from the site.

Days later, on Jan. 27, the Google-owned video sharing site announced Trump’s YouTube channel would “remain suspended,” pointing to an “ongoing potential for violence” in the wake of the Capitol protests on Jan. 6.

From President Trump’s restored account:



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