Trump goes to court to open a Twitter account


Former US President Donald Trump has applied to the Federal Court to open a Twitter account.


In the news in the US media, it was reported that Trump’s lawyers have filed a lawsuit against Twitter and its CEO Jack Dorsey in federal court in Florida.

The petition, which stated that Twitter closed Trump’s account by order of members of Congress, stated that “force was used in an unprecedented manner.

And it was very dangerous against democratic debate to control political discourse in this country.”

In the petition stating that Twitter is selectively enforcing shutdown rules, the account actively used by the Taliban administration in Afghanistan was cited as an example.


Social media platforms Twitter, YouTube, and Facebook-owned by Google permanently suspended Trump’s accounts on January 6.

due to allegations that he contributed to congressional events and irregularities in the 2020 presidential election.