The former US President issued a strongly-worded statement branding last year’s election, in which he lost to Democrat Joe Biden, as a “crime”. In the tweet, sent on Saturday from the Right Side Broadcasting Network’s account, Mr Trump claimed the nation was being “destroyed”.
The 45th President had been permanently suspended from social media platform following the violent protests which led to the storming of Congress in Washington at the beginning of the year.
Twitter users took to the social media platform to criticise Mr Trump’s explosive statement.
One person tweeted: “What a tragic sad little man he is!
“The destruction and the criminality is of course entirely at his door.”
Another user added: “The only crime is that even though you are banded from Twitter you still have a way to get messages out here.
“They may as well give you your account back.”
A third commenter wrote: “If you’re referring to the Presidential election in 2016 where the person with less votes was given the win, then yeah, I can go along with that.
“Donald Trump’s presidency will no doubt go down in history as the Crime of the Century.”
The statement comes after reports Mr Trump’s aides have purportedly been preparing his return to campaign events in June as a platform to boost his popularity again.