The social media company is preparing to announce whether it will let U.S. President Donald Trump back onto its Facebook and Instagram sites.
It had previously said that by Jan. 7, it would make its final decision on whether or not to permit former President to post again. The decision is now expected to be announced in a matter of days, according to the newspaper.
According to the report, Meta has formed a working group to address the matter, which includes staff from the public policy and communications teams as well as from the content policy team. On the other hand, Meta did not immediately respond to a request by Reuters for comment.
It all started last November when Twitter’s new owner Elon Musk reconsidered a previous lifetime ban on Trump by polluting users about it first.
It is pertinent to mention here that former US President Trump maintained that he had no interest in returning to Twitter.
“I don’t see any reason for it,” the former president of the United States Donald J. Trump had said via video when asked whether he planned to return to Twitter by a panel at the Republican Jewish Coalition’s annual leadership meeting.
Trump has mounted relentless attacks on the integrity of the United States of America voting since his 2020 election defeat and launched a bid in November to regain the presidency in 2024, aiming to pre-empt potential Republican rivals.