Trump threatens ‘free speech’ app with legal action, claims it’s luring his fans for $4.99 a week

Trump threatens ‘free speech’ app with legal action, claims it’s luring his fans for $4.99 a week


A mysterious social media app appears to be luring people out of $4.99 a week to access the app while claiming that Donald Trump is on the platform.

The ex-president has now hit the company with a cease-and-desist letter, The Post has learned. The letter demands that the app stop using President Trump’s likeness.

The app, called 2nd1st, is available on Apple’s app store and bills itself as a place for “uncensored news and chat.”

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In addition to Trump, the app features profiles for conservative figures like Republican Sens. Marsha Blackburn and Rand Paul, as well as former “The View” host Meghan McCain. 

It’s not clear that any of these people actually uses the platform. After The Post contacted a source close

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