Donald Trump’s “communication platform” – also known as web logo or “blog” – will join Trump Steaks, Trump Airlines, Trump Magazine, Trump Vodka and Trump 2020 on the list of Trump brand flops .
“From Donald J. Trump’s Desk,” a section of Trump’s website, launched last month and featured tweet-style messages from the former president – which he could no longer post on the social media sites he inhabited. to question why it was forbidden by them. But now, like his social media accounts, “From Donald J. Trump’s Desk” is no more.
The short-lived site has been a disappointment from the start. For months, Trump’s team said Trump was launching his own social networking platform after it was launched Twitter and Facebook. But when “From Donald J. Trump’s Desk” went live on May 4, he wasn’t the Twitter competitor. some expected, but rather a section of their website that it basically works like a blog.
Trump has posted his thoughts on current events, and fans will then be able to share them on his own social media accounts. There was also a “core” option with limited functionality. Initially, it didn’t work at all, and then it didn’t allow people who had a post to cancel it – but there was no way for the viewer to see how many others had even encouraged the post.
I had the heart in one of Trump’s blogs to find out what would happen and I just want everyone to know that once the heart, you can’t un-core.
– Sara Morrison (@SaraMorrison) May 4, 2021
And now, there will be no more hearts, because the blog has been closed and deleted from the Internet. The blog page now redirects to a page that urges visitors to sign up for “EXCLUSIVE UPDATES” from Trump via email and phone (it’s mandatory to provide both – these are contact information for harvesting operations, after all).
Trump Adviser Jason Miller confirmed to CNBC that the blog’s section of the site is really gone and won’t be back, so he told Twitter that Trump will join another social media platform – without specifying which one.
As for why Trump’s virtual writer has disappeared, u The Washington Post noted which he never really understood – he certainly didn’t receive nearly the kind of attention that Trump’s social media posts did – and that Trump was unhappy with his low readership and high number of people. burlendu it. As many bloggers know each other and Trump apparently just discovered, blogging is hard and can take time to find an audience.
As noted above, Trump’s team always insists that he create his own social media platform or join another (so far, he has resisted using Gab or Parler, one of which would be happy got it). If this is true, we’ll see if that foray lasts longer than his month of blog posts.