Donald Trump’s return to Facebook and YouTube gives him access to key vehicles for fundraising, allowing him to reach a combined 146 million followers.
Trump returns to Facebook, YouTube after two-year ban
Former US president Donald Trump has posted to YouTube and Facebook, in a return to social media platforms that he used to power his political rise until he was cut off following the 2021 attack on Congress by his followers.
Trump on Friday shared a video that appeared to be from one of his previous election speeches.
“Sorry to keep you waiting. Complicated business,” Trump was seen saying in the video, captioned “I’M BACK.”
Alphabet Inc’s YouTube restored Trump’s channel earlier in the day.