Nolost after 29 days Donald Trump patience. His blog didn’t get old. Now the section on Trump’s homepage, which actually only distributed the press release, has been closed again. Obviously, the former president, who still wields a lot of influence over the Republican Party from his club Mar-a-Lago in Florida, was disappointed by the low number of clicks.
The website was supposed to be their mouthpiece after the world’s most famous Twitter user was banned from the platform and others after the Capitol was attacked by his supporters in January. Trump recently had nearly 89 million followers on Twitter – reportedly outraged that his own Internet presence attracted minimal interest in comparison. On its last day, the blog received only 1500 comments or redistributions on Facebook and Twitter.
According to his adviser Jason Miller, a larger Trump stage is still planned. In March, Miller spoke on “Fox News” about a new social network, “the hottest trend” for which millions of Trump fans would leave other social media. The blog that was halted was recently advertised with a detailed video trailer declaring it as a “ray of freedom”. The lack of response, however, does not reflect Trump’s popularity among Republican voters — even if it is declining slightly. poll in a recent poll by broadcaster NBC With 44 percent approval, Trump was less popular than the party among supporters of the party. His influence among Republicans still looms large.
Not everyone in Trump’s circle seems loyal, though — some might enjoy sharing it with reporters. So the impressions seep again and again which raises doubts about the mental health of the former president. Trump is still haunted by the idea that he illegally lost the election last November, newspapers reported this week.
“New York Times” reporter Maggie Haberman wrote on Twitter that the election loser had told confidants that he was looking forward to his “reinstatement” as president this summer. It was “obscene”, the conservative magazine “National Review” remarked, in addition, in no conceivable matter under the Constitution there is a reinstatement rule for former presidents.
Great Hope in Maricopa County
Trump obsessively follows election reviews in different constituencies, according to “Washington Post” sources. If trusted people wanted to bring him back to earth, they would have failed. Trump has high hopes especially regarding the scrutiny of ballots in Maricopa County, Arizona. There, a company called “Cyber Ninjas” is counting votes again on behalf of the Republican administration. According to NGOs, there are always irregularities. Trump supporters also reflect on the lawsuit brought against him in Fulton County, Georgia election results tense, mistakenly assumed to be such a detail. So far a judge has only allowed scrutiny of postal votes.
Meanwhile, Trump is discussing with his advisers how to get recounts in Pennsylvania, Michigan or Wisconsin. According to the “Post”, although some of his confidants call Trump to refute him, there are many around him who fuel his confusion. Still among them are pillow entrepreneur Mike Lindell and Christina Bob from “One America News Network” (OANN), Trump’s favorite channel. Trump is set to attend the Lindell event in June, for which he was announced as the “real president.” Trump’s support for regional election campaigns could be decisive – even those who denounce his atrocities on “election fraud” risk their chances of being decisive.
It is not Trump’s state of mind that worries many observers most in light of Florida’s reports. The echo of lies about widespread “election fraud” is seen as detrimental to democracy as a whole. In a CNN poll, 70 percent of Republicans said they believe Biden did not legitimately win the presidential election.
In Congress, Democrats are struggling with what many describe as “minority rule”, minority rule. Because they can’t make up their mind and can’t agree internally to end the filibuster process, Republicans can block most Democratic projects. Even if Trump doesn’t run again, Democrats will offer an open side here. Anyone who manages to inherit Trump as the Republican presidential nominee can credit the blockade policy as a success as well as refer to the Biden government’s perceived inaction in several areas. . He could quickly become more dangerous to Democrats than the former president could have imagined.
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