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WATCH: Devin Nunes Claims Troubled Truth Social is Getting ‘Massive Engagement’

WATCH: Devin Nunes Claims Troubled Truth Social is Getting ‘Massive Engagement’

Despite a billion dollars in funding and plenty of promotion, it appears that Truth Social is another in a long line of Donald Trump’s failures. Before he was banned from the site, Trump would post on Twitter up to 200 times a day. But the former President has only posted once since the launch of Truth Social.

WASHINGTON, DC – APRIL 15: Ranking Member Devin Nunes, R-CA., speaks during the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence holds its annual World-Wide Threat Hearing at the U.S. Capitol on April 15, 2021 in Washington DC. The committee will hear testimony about the current security threats that face the United States and its allies. (Photo by Tasos Katopodis-Pool/Getty Images)

Devin Nunes, a close Trump confidant, left his job as a congressman to head up the failing social media site. And during a recent interview with Real America’s Voice, he tried to claim that Truth Social is actually doing well.

Nunes first complained about Elon Musk’s move to acquire a percentage of Twitter. “He’s going to a platform that’s full of thousands of people who don’t like Republicans and are very hard-core left-wing.”

The former congressman then tried to promote his site. “Not to mention, if you look at Truth Social, which continues to grow every day, you’d know one of the reasons I left congress, to reopen the internet.”

He later said, “Again, if you look at Truth Social, which continues to grow every single day, you’d know we’re just barely in the testing phase and continue to test out the process, and focus on our quality and reliability as we bring new users on. It’s every single day, John and Amanda, that we see people who have been banned from Twitter for life. We’ll be the home for those people…Truth social is already getting massive engagement.”

In fact, Truth Social is mostly overrun with bots at this point. And it was revealed on Monday that two of the site’s key employees are departing.

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