Ex-US President Donald Trump is making a return to social media - but this time through his own social media platform, a Trump representative revealed to Fox News on Sunday. 

Jason Miller, an adviser and representative for Trump's 2020 election campaign revealed to Howard Kurtz on Fox's "MediaBuzz" that Trump will be "getting back to online media in around a few months."

He added Trump's return will be with "his own foundation" that will pull in "many millions" of new users and "totally change the game." 

This coming up of the new platform is going to be the most talked-about thing and with Trump as its ambassador, many millions of people will join the app who misses their favorite president on other social media platforms.

Mill operator said during his appearance on Fox News that the previous president has been approached by various organizations and is in talks with groups about the new social media platform. 

The launch of this new social media platform will be a tremendous boost for people speaking their mind and will give a hard competition to the existing ones. Also, with the coming of Trump on this will help the new company gather millions of users

The declaration comes after Trump was forever suspended from Twitter and other social media platforms, like Facebook, following his impelling of the US Capitol riots on January 6 - where many Trump allies raged the US Capitol building.

Following Trump's prohibition on Twitter, Jared Kushner, the previous president's child in-law, and senior counselor interceded when different helpers endeavored to get Trump on periphery online media stages like Parler and Gab.

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