Trump in talks to take over social networking app FreeSpace
The nation press services
2021-03-25 | Since 6 Month
Former US President Donald Trump is reportedly in talks to create his own social network, Axios reported on Wednesday.
Having been banned from Twitter, Facebook and other mainstream social media platforms, the 45th US president is meeting with no-name app vendors as he mulls partnering with an existing platform.
According to the reports, Trump and his digital advisor Dan Scavino have set their sights on FreeSpace — an obscure app that is relatively unknown. The app first launched on Feb. 1, 2021, and has only had around 20,000 downloads since it appeared on the Apple and Android stores, according to AppTopia.