The same is true in the political field. For the past four years, people have turned a blind eye to Twitter because Trump used the media to fire consultants, sink legislative measures, encourage social coercion, and finally praised the loyal MAGA score, which reached hundreds of people. A few days after the fierce looting of the Capitol.
Trump said in a statement issued by the White House that he has been “negotiating with various other venues” and that “we are also considering the possibility of establishing our own platform in the near future.” But aides did not disclose that he was What plan to make. Don Jr., Trump̵
It said: “As you know, the election is about to take place,” which was a match held two months ago.
For Trump, the Twitter ban is yet another disgraceful paragraph in the last chapter of his presidency. In the past two days, his assistants have warned him, he was severely condemned by the Republican Party, and he was threatened by impeachment again.
Through all this, he has remained silent and temporarily exiled from the main social media platform at the beginning, but he did not want to speak in the media. The only thing the public saw him was a awkwardly edited video produced by the White House. In one of them, he urged the end of the riot while insisting on the fictitious fact that the election was stolen. On the other hand, he admitted that he will not serve a second consecutive term.
There is no plan to stand out from the cocoon immediately. A White House official said that preliminary internal discussions are taking place between White House staff and Trump for a “final farewell interview.” However, the official added: “I’m not sure if they will come true”, which annoyed the official.
The official said: “I don’t want the lasting impression of this government to be what happened in the Capitol.” “We have many achievements in administration and should be emphasized in order to give people a good final impression.”
When Trump took office, he boasted that he was the “140-character Hemingway” and praised Twitter for promoting his political promotion. After more than 56,000 tweets, he left them in the futile Whac-A-Mole game, and the tech tycoon he trusted was banished to the periphery of the Internet.
If this is the end of Trump’s presidency, it would be a great endnote. As a candidate to take office, he is sometimes everywhere: posting heinous remarks on Twitter, summoning cable news programs, and even when the podium where he is about to hold a campaign rally is empty, he has caught the attention of the camera. Now, he is becoming more and more isolated from the world, and gradually away from people’s attention. His favorite loudspeaker is gone. Oh, so does the president.