On the 8th, local time, the CEO of the social networking platform Parler told Reuters that he had received a statement from the Apple Store, which said that if Parler refused to change its consistent speech rules, the Apple Store would remove Parler’s app from the shelves.
Since November 2020, many Trump supporters have switched to Parler, a social platform that claims to be “unlimited”, due to various restrictions imposed on Trump’s speech by major traditional social networking platforms.
The platform has promised users that their speech on the platform hardly needs to comply with any politically sensitive constraints.
Twitter has deleted a post of Trump’s “may build his own platform”
According to the latest news on the U.S. “Business Insider” website, Twitter has deleted Trump’s just post through POTUS “Seeking the possibility of establishing his own voice platform”.
In response to the ban on Twitter, Trump has just said on his POTUS platform account that he will seek to establish his own voice platform, “We will not remain silent”.
Trump said he would announce the big news soon, and he has been negotiating with other websites.
Not long ago, Parler, a large social media application in the United States, was removed from Google.
And many Trump supporters have moved to the platform after its Twitter and other services were banned.