For 29 days, ex-President Donald Trump revolutionized digital communication with — checks notes — a blog where he occasionally would post his, er, thoughts about the news of the day.
While Miller insisted on Wednesday that this shuttering was all part of the plan — “It was just auxiliary to the broader efforts we have and are working on,” he told CNN — it’s hard to see why the former President and his team would launch his blog less than a month ago only to suddenly get rid of it.
And then there’s this: Trump loved the immediate feedback (and affirmation) he got from Twitter and Facebook. Within seconds of posting, he would be rolling up retweets and likes. “From the Desk of Donald J. Trump” offered none of that; you couldn’t even leave a comment on one of his many
And so, before I even bothered to bookmark this revolutionary, um, blog, it’s gone. Too soon?