Trump’s new website has collected 212 thousand responses in a week

The new website of former US President Donald Trump for a week of existence collected only 212 thousand responses, reports NBC with reference to the data of the analytical company BuzzSumo.

The site under the heading “From the table of Donald Trump” appeared online a week ago. The site is built on the Campaign Nucleus platform, designed to help conservative politicians communicate with the audience without intermediaries. Trump’s recent statements have been moved to the site. Users can share statements on their own social networks.

Among the 212 thousand “interactions” with the resource of the ex-president are “likes” and comments left by users of the social networks Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, and Reddit. The site was launched on the same day that Facebook’s advisory board decided to keep the Trump account blocked. The former president was also banned from Twitter, Instagram, YouTube, Snapchat, Twitch, and other social networks. Technology companies accused the former president of inciting riots in the Capitol on January 6.

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