Trump was banned from major social media platforms such as Twitter and Facebook, according to The New York Post.
Trump will allegedly be announcing class-action lawsuits against Mark Zuckerberg and Jack Dorsey.
Trump is supposed to make the announcement at 11 a.m. Wednesday morning.
Trump was banned from both platforms after the January 6 riot at Capitol hill for allegedly encouraging violence during his speech.
Trump was banned from both platforms indefinitely.
Trump is banned from Facebook until at least 2023.
From The New York Post:
On Jan. 8, two days after the riot at the US Capitol, Twitter took the unprecedented step of permanently banning then-President Trump’s world-famous account from the platform.
Facebook also kicked Trump off its social media platforms around the same time, saying the ban would last at least through the end of his presidency. The company later sent the case to its Oversight Board to rule on whether the ban should be permanent.
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In May, the Oversight Board upheld the company’s decision to block Trump, but said an indefinite ban was inappropriate and gave Facebook six months to lay out clearer penalties.
Facebook announced last month that the ban will last at least until 2023, when the decision will be reassessed.