Trump Intends to Reinstate His Twitter Account Through Court
Former U.S. President Donald Trump on Friday, October 1, through his lawyers sent an appeal to a federal court in Florida with a request to temporarily unblock his account on the social network Twitter, while he seeks its full recovery. This was reported by Bloomberg News Agency on Saturday, citing the statement of claim.
According to the agency, the document says that Twitter has in the United States “an immeasurable, historically unprecedented and dangerous for open democratic debate degree of power and control over political discourse.”
The social network administration declined to comment. Trump had more than 88 million followers on Twitter. Earlier, the social network permanently shut down access to Trump’s personal account because he violated rules.