Donald Trump is back on Facebook after being banned more than two years ago in the wake of the deadly riot at the Capitol.
The former US president wrote “I AM BACK”. in a post on his official page on Friday.
The post also included the old video Republican Party The politician said during the rally. “I’m sorry to keep you waiting, it’s a complicated matter.”
He posted the same clip on YouTube, which he announced on Friday also welcomed him back.
It comes as it has been announced that Mr Trump will hold the first rally of his campaign to run for US President in 2024.
He will hold the event on March 25 in Waco, Texas, a state where he has a strong following as he prepares to fight for the Republican nomination.
Mr. Trump’s Facebook and Instagram accounts were restored in February from Meta:the company behind the two social media sites.
However, he has not gone public until now, instead continuing to use his own, much smaller social media site, Truth Social, which he created in response to his ban.
His Facebook and Instagram accounts were suspended on January 7, 2021, following the Capitol riots, where a riot broke out in Washington, D.C., during which hundreds of his supporters stormed the US Legislature.
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His last post about himself Facebook the page was created on January 6, 2021, when he wrote: “I ask that everyone in the US Capitol remain calm.”
Meta maintained the suspension for two years, but announced in January that it was lifting the ban.
“The public needs to be able to hear what their politicians have to say, the good, the bad and the ugly, so they can make an informed choice at the ballot box,” Meta’s vice president of global affairs, Nick Clegg, wrote at the time. .
The tech company said in a blog post that it would adding “new guardrails” to ensure there are no “repeat offenders” breaking its rules.
Mr. Trump was also banned from Twitter after the Capitol riots, but his the account was reinstated last November after Elon Musk snapped up the site for $44bn (£38bn)..
Mr Musk Mr. Trump called the account ban “wrong” and “morally wrong.”
The Tesla founder launched a poll on the site, accompanied by the words “Vox Populi, Vox Dei,” a Latin phrase meaning “the voice of the people is the voice of God,” asking users to vote on whether Mr. Trump should be : allowed to return.
After more than 15 million votes, the result was that he should and his account was reinstated.
However, Mr Trump, who has more than 80 million followers, has yet to use the account and previously said: “I don’t see any reason for it (to return).”