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Donald Trump might be sued by a British haulage firm for copying their logo for his social networking app.

 

After it emerged that Donald Trump's new social media endeavor used the company logo as their own, a British transport company is considering suing the former president for one term. Social Truth was released Monday at the App Store, but crashed immediately after a few hundred downloads in the first 12 hours.


Donald Trump sued by British carrier for copying its logo for his app



After it emerged that Donald Trump's new social media endeavor used the company logo as their own, a British transport company is considering suing the former president for one term. Social Truth was released Monday at the App Store, but crashed immediately after a few hundred downloads in the first 12 hours.


According to Business Insider, the Apple Store logo is almost identical to that of Trailer, a British company in the "Fleet of Communications and Fuel Efficiency" that has been using the logo as part of its brands since 2019.



One of these isn't one :-


But a lawsuit will come forward. When TFG can't even create his own logo and steal it from a British company. Social truth is literally based on corruption.





Right out of the gate!



The image depicts the capital "T" on a blue background with a bar on the left side of the top letter. A small green box was placed on the right in Trump's copy by his designers. The background was similarly a slightly different shade of violet.


"We are now seeking legal advice to understand the next steps and options available to protect our brand," says Traylar marketing director Matthew Summers.



The company responded with a tweet criticizing Trump's version :-


Last year, British store Marks & Spencer claimed that Aldi's Cuthbert the Caterpillar cake was a replica of Colin the Caterpillar, which resulted in a copyright dispute. They were able to reach an agreement. Since its inception in 1990, the company has sold over 15 million chocolate sponge cakes.




  • And my father's Cuthbert Caterpillar cake, according to Marks & Spencer, trespassed on her Colin Caterpillar copyright. Earlier last month, the two companies reached an agreement.


  • Following the storming of the United States Capitol on January 6, 2021, Trump was banned from using prominent social media platforms such as Twitter, Facebook and YouTube. Twitter has permanently suspended Trump's account, claiming violation of their terms of service "after a video was released encouraging the troublemakers to" go home, "accusing him of" risking further incitement to violence. " We love you. I was one of a kind. "


  • Many Twitter users have pointed out that Trump's new social media platform appears to be heavily influenced by Twitter, which aims to compete with him.



In January 2021, the site permanently banned the former president from tampering with elections and subsequent riots on the United States Capitol in response to allegations of "election fraud."


One commenter commented, "Wait till you see how social truth is merely a direct break for Twitter." Nothing Trump does is original. Nothing, "wrote another.


Trump was already mocked after his government issued a logo for the US Space Force, a new branch of the US military, which seemed strangely similar to the Star Trek logo.


Social truth has been described as a safe zone for pro - Trump Republicans and Trump fans, as well as an alternative to mainstream social media networks.


Devin Nunes, a former Republican congressman, is the CEO of Truth Media, the parent company of the app. According to reports, the new social network will be "fully operational" in the United States by March.