For starters, Trump himself isn’t yet signed up to the app.
“The former president is going to make his own decision. It’s certainly there and ready for him should he make the decision – we would welcome that. There is an account reserved for him and waiting for him, but that’s a decision for him to make,” a person involved with the app told POLITICO.
The outlet reports that Jason Miller, Trump’s former spokesman, is in charge, of the new venture with ex-campaign spokesperson Tim Murtaugh on board as a consultant.
According to the site, GETTR’s mission statement is all about “fighting cancel culture, promoting common sense, defending free speech, challenging social media monopolies, and creating a true marketplace of ideas”.