Trump’s Truth Social Faces Several Challenges

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Donald Trump’s social media platform, Truth Social, has faced several challenges since its launch on February 21.

Among the challenges that limit the popularity and motive of the platform is the fact that the app is not available on Android devices, web browsers, and also for most people outside the United States.

Those who downloaded the app when it was launched in February were unable to use it and it has remained unexplained, despite assurances that it will be fixed.

Donald Trump was also expected to post his views on the platform a few days after the launch, but that did not happen.

New users will be placed on a waiting list, along with another 1.5 million users interested in the platform.

The various challenges have left users frustrated with downloads said to have fallen by up to 95%.

The irregularities in the smooth operation of the platform continue to worry experts, users, and even Republican lawmakers. Many continue to wonder why it takes so long to fix the platform’s problems.

“It should take a few days to fix, not six weeks. There are always going to be hiccups at the beginning – but at this point, I would have thought it would have been resolved. Nobody seems to understand why,” said a Republican source close to Trump.

For more information, read the original story in BBC.

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