Trump's new social media platform won't let users criticize the site, according to its terms of service

Trump announced Wednesday that he will launch a new social media platform.
Trump stated that TRUTH Social was founded to "give voice to all".

However, the terms of service state that users must not "disparage or tarnish" the site.

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On Wednesday, former President Donald Trump announced plans to launch a social media platform that "gives a voice" to all people or those who aren't going to criticize it.

This is according to TRUTH Social’s terms of service which states that users must not "disparage or tarnish, (or otherwise harm) us or the Site."

Other prohibited conduct includes using the site to impersonate another user, copying its software or using it in a manner that is contrary to the law.

Trump, who has long complained about censorship by social-media companies, stated in a statement that he created this new platform "to resist the tyranny Big Tech."

He said, "We live in an age where the Taliban have a large presence on Twitter, but your favorite American President is silenced."

He said that Trump Media & Technology Group was the parent company of TRUTH Social and was founded with a mission "to give a voice"

After months of reports that Trump was considering launching his own platform, the announcement came after he was kicked off sites like Facebook and Twitter because he violated their terms of service.

TRUTH Social is expected to launch publicly in 2022.