After popular platforms removed former President Donald Trump from all his social media outlets following multiple violations and his messaging on Jan. 6, 2021, he posted to his new social media site "Truth Social" for the first time.

The site is not available to the public yet, but the former president's son, Donald Trump Jr., posted his father's first-ever message on Truth Social to Twitter with the caption "Time for some Truth!!” The former president's post read “Get Ready! Your favorite President will see you soon!”

According to Don Jr., this was Trump's first post on the site. At the time he posted a screenshot of the message, the former president had eight comments and 49 likes. Based on Don Jr.'s post, Truth Social appears to look like Twitter, with many of the same features. There is a like button, a share feature, a follow option, and a comment box.

Trump's handle is the same as his other former platforms, @realDonaldTrump. The only difference from what Don Jr. provided seems to be a red checkmark of verification instead of a blue one like on Twitter.

According to screenshots published by the Daily Mail, Trump officially made an account on the platform on Feb.10. He had 175 followers and was not following anyone himself.

In his profile description, he calls himself “45th President of the United States of America.” The screenshot from Daily Mail reveals one more difference: messages are called Truths, not Tweets.

The public currently sits on a waiting list to be able to use the site. It is expected to be launched on President's Day and be a part of the Trump Media Technology Group, which will also launch an entertainment platform with news and podcasts.