Total Failure: Trump Quits Blog Over Low Readership I MSNBC 1

Total Failure: Trump Quits Blog Over Low Readership I MSNBC


Ex-president Trump is now ex-blogger Trump, shuddering his "new blog" in under a month after very low readership and public mockery. The defunct blog is not even providing an archive of past Trump "posts." MSNBC's Ari Melber reports the facts about the blog's many struggles in its short life — which imply some other limits to Trump's appeal — and applies Rick Ross's criticism of blogs and "virtual" beefs to the situation. (This interview is from MSNBC’s “The Beat with Ari Melber, a news show covering politics, law and culture airing nightly at 6pm ET on MSNBC. ).

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  1. He cancelled his blog because his free month of hosting was up, and they asked him to pay to keep it going.

    1. The magas must send more money to the overgrown obese overdosed ogre. He needs your cash to survive.

    1. @Jeff Dorman Good point. Trump should have done his homework. Like who are my target audience going to be? Oh ya poor illiterate folks. But then he never did any homework at school either, so there,s that.

    2. @Wahyu Indrasto Btw.
      Ex border patrol.
      I built the wall.

      I saw so many dehydrated bodies in the desert…

  2. he probably would have had more readers if he printed his blog on toilet paper, but the words would have been no more of value.

    1. True. I still have photos of Trump on a toilet roll. Only reason I still have any photo of him (after joyfully putting some of it to use) .

    1. @Audrey I to was born before Johnson passed the Civil Rights bill and this is definitely a flashback for those of us who are old enough to remember. Let’s hope we’re a wiser country today.

    2. @GLW ︎Although I’m grateful that you can relate – it’s unbearably sad to have this common ground. Where’s the wisdom in this sh*tstorm? The fact is, unless a realistic and equitable political solution for Every citizen is developed AND Employed (not just promised)…I forsee a Civil War in our future. There are far too many who view the current political, societal upheaval as an opportunity to advance their agendas. And, GLW, most (not all) are Americans. See you in the future?…Peace~Out

    1. After much research I doubt you still couldn’t find a bigger loser than Trump! He is nothing more than a second rate con-man/criminal.

    2. Well there was Napoleon. Let,s all give it a shot. Hitler of course. But they are too obvious. We can stay closer to home. Benedict Arnold qualifies.

    3. @Heather Dequetteville Nice try but Trump Trumps them all with regards to just how pitiful a loser he is!

  3. I guarantee you being called “the blogger from Florida” was a huge factor in him ending it.

    1. His lawyers probably told him to stop incriminating himself. 45 can’t hide behind the presidency anymore…..

    2. @Bryan I certainly liked when there was a Covid breakout at Mar-a-largo and they dubbed it the Mar-a-largo virus.

  4. The “blogs” from the “very stable genius” are too complicated for his supporters to understand.

  5. When Republicans say, _”I want my country back!”_ What they are really trying to say is, _”I want my country’s old ways back!”_ I’m glad my parents were Democrats… and so am I.

    1. If we raise our children to think independently they,ll choose their own political philosophy and vote accordingly. A centrist can do that. A swing voter is happier with his or her decisions. That middle ground is healthier in my opinion. Just saying

    2. @Heather Dequetteville
      My parents raised me to be a free thinker. They didn’t raise me to be a Democrat or a Republican. I wanted to be a member of the Democrat Party because it is a wide array of colors. I didn’t want to be a member of the Republican Party, which is mostly white.

    1. What’s to read anyway from chump? He just regurgitated the same old verbal diarrhea about “winning”. He’s about to win a prison cell. Maybe then he will be happy.

    1. @Scahoni Hopefully … nobody believes that lie. 60 court cases lost and counting. Zero supporting evidence. Why no investigations about any possible fraud in states Trump actually won? Why are the down-ballot GOP victory results not disputed on the same piece of paper?

      Mango Mussolini and his orange-shirts just can’t accept reality.

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