Twitter boss Elon Musk restored former President Donald Trump's account after nearly two years of suspension. However, this does not mean Trump would use his Twitter account like in the old days. Experts say Trump still "faces legal and financial obstacles."

Trump-owned social media platform Truth Social may stand in the way, corporate law expert Eric Talley told Semafor. After being suspended from nearly all social media platforms, Trump repeatedly claimed he would stay on Truth Social even if his accounts are revived.

Trump Media & Technology Group, which privately owns Truth Social, is reportedly looking to make the business public. The company would then be accountable to shareholders too. If Trump's interests lean toward Twitter, some shareholders may feel they are being misled, reported Semafor.

If Trump always intended to re-join Twitter "but he just wanted to convince people that they should go ahead and close [the deal to make his company public] that's kind of a textbook securities fraud lawsuit," Talley said.

However, Trump could still use Twitter without facing any legal issues if he give priority to Truth Social, New York Post reported. According to a Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) filing made by the Trump Media & Technology Group, the former president would have to "make any social media post on TruthSocial and may not make the same post on another social media site for 6 hours."

Musk, who recently took control of Twitter, revived Trump's suspended account after an online poll. The announcement came just days after the former president announced his 2024 White House bid.

Trump also acknowledged Musk's announcement saying he was aware of it. Even though Trump did not clearly say if he would use the platform, he said there were a "lot of problems at Twitter."

"I hear we are getting a big vote to also go back on Twitter. I do not see it because I do not see any reason for it," he added.

Trump's Twitter account was "permanently suspended" on Jan. 8, 2021, days after the U.S. Capitol building was attacked by a group of his supporters.

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