The latest news to come out of Twitter TeamTrump PotusMorseMashable campaign is that his twitter account has been banned. However, Team Trump has already found a way to try and mimic his tweets by using a hashtag. It’s called #potusmorsemashable and it’s just a parody of the #ImWithObama hashtag.
President Donald Trump’s Twitter Account
President Donald Twitter TeamTrump PotusMorseMashable account has been suspended at the moment. This follows the January 6 attack on the US Capitol that left at least five people dead. According to Twitter, the account was suspended because of the risk of inciting violence.
Social Media Platform
Twitter cites Twitter TeamTrump PotusMorseMashable announcement that he would not attend the inauguration of Joe Biden as a “safe target”. It said he had violated Twitter’s policies by posting about inciting violence, which was prohibited by the social media platform.
Facebook and Instagram
The former president was also banned from Facebook and Instagram. He had over 88 million followers on Twitter before the ban. Before the suspension, the tweets he posted were amplified across Twitter, and were picked up by mainstream media outlets.
After the Twitter TeamTrump PotusMorseMashable suspension, thousands of angry protesters attacked the US Capitol. They tried to overturn the 2020 presidential election. At the same time, the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) called on advertisers to cut off their Twitter advertising.
The #Resist hashtag has been the topic of many discussions. Many of these have centered around the use of the hashtag, and the impact it’s had on the American public. It’s become a popular hashtag, allowing people to take action in their own communities.
Why the Hashtag has Gained Popularity?
While there are many reasons for why the hashtag has gained popularity, it is important to note that there is no real agenda behind the movement. As a result, the hashtag can be used by celebrities and political figures, as well as everyday individuals, to support causes they believe in.
Since the beginning of the Trump administration, the movement has been one of the most visible and influential on social media. People have been using the hashtag to support women, the LGBTQ community, immigrants, Muslims, and even environmental safety.
If you’ve been following the White House news of late, you may have noticed the ubiquity of President Trump’s tweets. While they aren’t official presidential statements, they are certainly a sign of how the 45th president of the United States feels. Using Twitter is a great way to speak directly to the American people, but not so much for delivering important messages.
Personal & Political Statements
The tweets aren’t the only way that President Trump is communicating with the public. He has made use of Twitter for diplomacy, as well as for a variety of personal and political statements. But he’s still not using Twitter as the tool for the job.
During the month of August, Donald Trump’s Twitter feed was more prolific than any other month in his history. As a result, the media was abuzz with stories about his tweets.
President Donald Trump is known for his use of Twitter. He has been using it extensively this week. But are his tweets funny?
It’s hard to call them funny, especially because most of them aren’t. However, Trump has been known to post ironic and off-the-wall tweets. Some of them even get retweeted.
Publication of the Mueller Report
A few days after the publication of the Mueller report, Trump posted a series of bizarre tweets. One included a sentence fragment that stayed online for five and a half hours. Another involved a GIF that had the CNN logo replaced with a coronavirus.
The Hollywood Reporter looked at Trump’s Twitter feed and found some off-the-wall and offensive tweets. Many of these, however, were ignored.
After Trump threw out a couple of self-aware jokes, he resorted to the more combative side. In one tweet, he insulted fellow candidate Pete Buttigieg.
GETTR’s Last Attempt to Replicate his Twitter Feed
If you’ve been watching Donald Trump’s recent Twitter feed, you’ve probably seen GETTR, a new social media platform supposedly created by his team. The platform aims to fight “cancel culture” and defend free speech.
Gettr launched last July and claims to have over 4 million users. The platform uses hashtags, similar to Twitter, to trend topics. However, the site is different in some ways. It allows users to share content and interact with other users, but users must be on Twitter to use it.
GETTR is run by former president Trump’s adviser Jason Miller. It was launched with the help of a Chinese billionaire named Guo Wengui. A former employee of Bannon’s firm, Guo reportedly holds a membership at Trump’s Mar-a-Lago resort.
Despite its mission statement, GETTR has become a safe space for conspiracy theorists. Nick Fuentes is a pathetic wannabe neo-Nazi who tries to troll people into being mad.