President Donald Trump returned to the mainstream social media scene on Facebook on Friday, greeting users with a triumphant message.
“I’M BACK!” the president wrote simply, along with a classic video clip of Trump addressing a crowd in New York City, alongside a very young Barron Trump and Former Vice President Mike Pence.
“Sorry to keep you waiting,” Trump stated in the video. “Complicated business – complicated!”
As reported by RSBN, Trump was unbanned from Twitter and Facebook in the last few months, and on Friday, his YouTube channel was reinstated.
Meta, the parent company of Facebook and Instagram, restored President Trump’s accounts on their platforms in early February, weeks after they announced they would be lifting their permanent ban on his accounts.
Since then, MAGA supporters have been eagerly waiting to see if President Trump would use any of his Big Tech accounts to reach the American people with his 2024 policy platform as the presidential election season begins to heat up.
Devin Nunes, the CEO of Trump Media & Technology Group (TMTG) told RSBN in March that the president would continue to be on Truth Social for the time being.
However, while Trump has continued to utilize his Truth Social platform to release statements and policy videos, Trump’s Friday Facebook post marks the first time the president has shared content on a mainstream social media platform since his initial suspension from Big Tech’s tributaries in 2021.