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Your conservative cousin and Q-pilled family members may start filling up your Facebook feed with Trump posts once again.On Thursday, Nick Clegg, Meta’s president of global affairs, signaled that the the social media network may soon let Donald Trump back on the platform. The company will make its decision as soon as January 2023.The former president was suspended from the platform last year in the aftermath of the pro-Trump riots at the Capitol building on January 6. SEE ALSO: Trump’s social media platform owes millions in unpaid hosting fees Clegg’s comments were made at a Washington, D.C. event hosted by the digital news startup Semafor. They mark the first time Facebook has alluded to this possibility since Facebook’s Oversight Board forced the platform to commit to a timeline for the suspension. Tweet may have been deleted (opens in a new tab) The specter of Trump’s return to Facebook has been a known possibility for a while now. Facebook kicked the proverbial can down the road two years ago in order to give the company time to make a decision.In May 2021, the Oversight Board, which makes recommendations concerning content moderation decisions on Facebook’s platform, took on the Trump case and upheld the suspension. It also said that Facebook needed to announce an outright ban of Trump’s account or provide a timeframe in which the suspension would be lifted. Since Jan. 7, 2021, Trump’s Facebook account has been viewable by users. However, neither Trump nor anyone else in his orbit has

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