New York :
Jared Kushner and President Donald Trump.
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Outgoing US President Donald Trump narrowly opens an account on the Parler social network, the one used by extremists like those who stormed the Capitol on January 6.
However, his son-in-law Jared kushner, husband of Ivanka Trump, he stepped out to prevent me from doing so. According to The Hill, the mogul wanted to have accounts in Parler and Gab, another network used by members of the extreme right.
The information says Johnny McEntee, Trump’s chief of staff, urged the president to take that step after Twitter permanently suspended his account.
Parler and Gab were removed from the Google and Apple stores to prevent them from being downloaded. Amazon also removed Parler from its cloud server.
Donald Trump tried to use the official account of the President of the United States on Twitter, but the network eliminated his trill immediately. Other officials put their accounts at the service of the president, but Twitter suspended them.
The attack on the Capitol was the last straw on social media regarding Trump, who is accused of inciting violence. The magnate did not take responsibility for what happened, but has called on his followers to avoid violence before the inauguration of Joe Biden.