Due to the ban on Twitter and other platforms, the former president can no longer speak directly to most of the audience
Washington— Former President Donald Trump insisted that he had a great time outside of Twitter. He believes that the press release said that his assistants are releasing more and more frequently, which is “elegant.” In addition, you no longer have to risk negative reactions by forwarding annoying messages.
However, since Trump was banned from major social media channels after inciting the deadly January 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol, his ability to influence national debates is being tested.
Trump turned from using reality TV to reality TV star, first becoming a politician and then president, using communication tools and media at will. He still keeps in touch with his followers through the communiqué and appearances on Fox News and other conservative media, where he repeated the misinformation about the 2020 election. The Republican National Committee event will be held at the Mar-a-Lago Club in Florida.
But, at least from now on, its once influence on this country seems to be waning.
The historian Harold Holzer said: “Trump will never be the same unless he runs again.” He is the director of the Public Policy Institute of the Roosevelt Public Housing Institute at Hunter College and wrote Wrote books about the president and the press. “I think the decline in coverage is not unnatural. Considering the amount of oxygen it absorbs and the amount of ink it produces, I am sure that his self is difficult, but it is not unnatural that the previous president received less attention at the end of his term. He added.
However, this is a huge adjustment. According to GDELT’s analysis of TV news archives, Trump’s tweets used to be used to increase the news cycle, while CNN, MSNBC and Fox News used to spend dozens of hours a week showing his last words. Since being banned by Twitter and other platforms, Trump can no longer speak directly to most of his audience, and now must turn to his followers and conservative and mainstream media to expand his message.
But since the independent streaming media, these comments have rarely resonated, and have long criticized the comment for allowing Trump to set the scope of its coverage. Agora media is cautious about repeating its false statements, especially those related to the 2020 election.
As the “Washington Post” pointed out this week, although Trump still enjoys some news reports, the results of searching his name on Google are the lowest since 2015. On late-night TV, some people tried to eliminate him completely: “Late Show” host Stephen Colbert (Stephen Colbert) refused to reveal his name.