[VIDEO] Trump Impersonator Hilariously Imagines What Trump’s First Tweet Will Be After Being Reinstated

[VIDEO] Trump Impersonator Hilariously Imagines What Trump’s First Tweet Will Be After Being Reinstated

Well, it finally happened. President Trump is back on Twitter. Well, not exactly. His account was reinstated by Elon Musk, but as of this publishing, he still hasn’t tweeted. CNN Reported that President Donald Trump’s Twitter account has been reinstated on the platform. The account, which Twitter banned following the January 6, 2021, attack on the Capitol, was restored after Twitter CEO and new owner Elon Musk posted a poll on Twitter on Friday night asking the platform’s users if Trump should be reinstated.

“The people have spoken. Trump will be reinstated,” Musk tweeted Saturday night. “Vox Populi, Vox Dei,” Latin for “the voice of the people is the voice of God.”

The final poll results on Saturday night showed 51.8% in favor and 48.2% opposed. The poll included 15 million votes.

The much-anticipated decision from the new owner sets the stage for the former president’s return to the social media platform, where he was previously its most influential, if controversial, user. With almost 90 million followers, his tweets often moved the markets, set the news cycle and drove the agenda in Washington.

Trump has previously said he would remain on his platform, Truth Social, instead of rejoining Twitter, but a change in his approach could hold major political implications. The former president announced this month that he will seek the Republican presidential nomination in 2024, aiming to become only the second commander in chief ever elected to two nonconsecutive terms.

Asked on Saturday what he thought of Musk purchasing Twitter and his own future on the platform, Trump praised Musk but questioned whether the site would survive its current crises.

“They have a lot of problems,” Trump said in Las Vegas at the Republican Jewish Coalition meeting. “You see what’s going on. It may make it, it may not make it.”

Still, Trump said he liked Musk and “liked that he bought (Twitter.)”

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“He’s a character and I tend to like characters,” the former president said of Musk. “But he’s smart.”

Throughout Trump’s White House tenure, Twitter was central to his presidency, a fact that also benefited the company in the form of countless hours of user engagement. Twitter often took a light-touch approach to moderating his account, arguing at times that as a public official, the then-president must be given wide latitude to speak.

Now, everyone is wondering if he’ll come back, and what his first tweet would be…

Well, wonder no more because the best Trump impersonator around has listed all the possible “first tweet” options Trump could make upon his return, and I think you’ll love it.

You can watch the video below:

I love Sean’s impersonations of Trump, nobody does it better, and I know that President Trump loves them too. But the biggest question is, will Trump actually come back?

Well, as a former PR person, I will say this much — it’s a huge missed opportunity if he doesn’t come back. He has over 72 million followers, and that’s a massive base. On Truth, he has 4.5 million. You can see the difference in reach. That doesn’t mean he has to abandon Truth, but he should post on both platforms, in my professional opinion, especially if he’s looking to get his 2024 message out.

So, let’s hope he comes back and uses his account to spread the America First word.

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