Got a burning desire to have your news personally curated by Donald Trump, Jr.? Well, now you can!
This morning, the ex-president’s eldest son announced he’s launching a news aggregation site called “MxM News” that he hopes will compete with Apple News and Google News.
Exclusive: Donald Trump Jr. launches news aggregation app https://t.co/IIrkgxzHjy
— Donald Trump Jr. (@DonaldJTrumpJr) March 23, 2022
According to a spokesperson, MxM (“minute by minute”) News will be a free mobile news aggregation app that curates
fake news stories from a variety of propaganda sites online publishers across the narrow wide ideological spectrum.
“As I travel around the country, the complaint I hear more than almost anything else is that people don’t know what media outlets, journalists or stories they can actually trust,” Jr. tells Axois.
“We created the MxM News app to help people cut through that clutter and get trustworthy news and information about topics that matter and impact their lives. We view it as an important public service and also believe it will be a great business.”
Because when we think of the word “trustworthy”, we immediately think of the Trumps!
Here’s what people on Twitter are saying about the whole thing..
Gonna be as successful as Truth Social? How’s that one going? Lmao.
— Annoying Liberal 🇺🇸 (@CodeAficionado) March 23, 2022
Laugh for the day!
— carol peterson (@carolpe38060904) March 23, 2022
Does it come with free psychographic targeting, straight from the motherland?
— Ed Duco (@HardBoiledEddie) March 23, 2022
Let me guess–it’ll launch as soon as people donate $200 million for “startup costs.”
— Dennis Croskey 🇺🇦 🌻 (@dkxkee) March 23, 2022
What could go wrong? pic.twitter.com/EDGKhtDcVI
— Ray ‘triple vaxed’ Brown stands with 🇺🇦 (@Raybrown1959Ray) March 23, 2022
Update: news aggregation app by Donald Trump Jr. crashes, users unable to log on to deactivate subscription
— Ivermectin Futures Trader (@GOPtoGQP) March 23, 2022
How many rubles?
— curly retriever (@TheyEndure) March 23, 2022
“news aggregation app that curates stories from a variety of publishers across the ideological spectrum”
In other words… they choose the inflamitory anti-democratic stories that users see.
— Aadhoc (@Aadhoc1) March 23, 2022
I’m sure it will be just as successful as Truth Social. pic.twitter.com/obEkXWLAXB
— Carolyn from Maryland (@carolyn_from) March 23, 2022
Don’t worry folks, he has the best people
— Dean Gullberry 🇺🇦 (@DeanGullberry47) March 23, 2022
Graham Gremore is the Features Editor and a Staff Writer at Queerty. Follow him on Twitter @grahamgremore.