nAfter 29 days of loss Donald Trump patience. His blog has not grown. Now the section on Trump’s homepage, in which only press releases were distributed, is closed again. Apparently, the former president, who still wields a lot of influence over the Republican Party from his Mar-a-Lago club in Florida, has been disappointed by the lack of clicks.
The site was supposed to be its mouthpiece after the world’s most famous Twitter user was banned from the platform and others after his supporters attacked the Capitol in January. Trump recently had nearly 89 million followers on Twitter – and was reportedly upset that his online presence attracted minimal attention compared to its last day, the blog receiving only 1,500 comments or redistributions on Facebook and Twitter.
According to his adviser Jason Miller, he is still a planner for Trump’s larger platform. In March, Miller teased a new social network on Fox News, “the hottest trend” that millions of Trump fans are abandoning on other social media. The discontinued blog was recently announced with a detailed video that advertised it as a “beacon of freedom”. However, the lack of response does not reflect Trump’s popularity among Republican voters — even if it appears to be slipping a bit. In a recent poll conducted by the broadcaster NBC Trump has been less popular with party supporters than the party itself, with 44 percent approval, and his influence among Republicans remains significant.
However, not everyone in Trump’s circle appears to be loyal — some might enjoy sharing with reporters. So impressions leak again and again, casting doubt on the mental health of the former president. Newspapers reported this week that Trump is still obsessed with the idea that he illegally lost last November’s election.
New York Times reporter Maggie Haberman wrote on Twitter that the loser in the election told those close to him that he expects to be “returned” as president this summer. Conservative National Review commented that it was “obscene”, and apart from that, in no conceivable case is there a rule to re-establish former presidents under the Constitution.
Great Hope in Maricopa County
According to sources in the “Washington Post”, Trump is following with great concern the revisions of the elections in individual districts. If trusted people wanted to bring him back to Earth, they wouldn’t succeed. She added that Trump has high hopes, especially because of the examination of ballot papers in Maricopa County, Arizona. A company called “Cyber Ninjas” is again counting the votes on behalf of the Republican administration. According to NGOs, there are always irregularities. Trump supporters also point to a lawsuit they filed against Fulton County, Georgia election result Tense, mistakenly considered such a recount. So far, the judge has only allowed postal votes to be examined.
Meanwhile, Trump is discussing with his advisers how to recount in Pennsylvania, Michigan or Wisconsin. According to The Post, although some close to him call on Trump to contradict him, he still has many who appear to be fueling his delusions. They still include velvet businessman Mike Lindell and Christina Pope of Trump’s favorite channel, One America News Network (OANN). In June, Trump is due to join Lendl’s event, where he proclaims he is the “real president.” Trump’s support could be crucial to regional election campaigns – those who contradict his threats of “election fraud” are critically risking their chances.
It is not Trump’s state of mind that worries many observers in light of the Florida reports. The echo of the lie about widespread “electoral fraud” is detrimental to democracy as a whole. In a CNN poll, 70 percent of Republicans said they believed Biden did not legitimately win the presidential election.
In Congress, Democrats are struggling with what many describe as “oligarchic,” that is, minority rule. Because they can’t make up their minds and can’t agree internally to scrap the blocking process, Republicans can block most Democratic projects. Even if Trump does not run again, Democrats will offer an open wing here. Anyone who succeeds in succeeding Trump as a Republican presidential candidate can attribute the blockade policy as a success while pointing to the Biden government’s alleged inactivity in many areas. He or she could quickly become more dangerous to Democrats than the fictional former president.