Trump’s senior aide, Jason Miller, justified the forced withdrawal from the post on CNBC on Wednesday, saying he was “an assistant to the broader efforts we make and are working on.”
Miller declined to delve into those efforts, but confirmed the website “will not return.”
The website, “From Donald J. Trump’s Desk,” was wedged as a substitute for Trump’s posts on Twitter, Facebook, YouTube and other social media platforms after they banned him following his baseless allegations of election fraud, which incited the Insurrection of January 6 at the US Capitol.
But its real usefulness was called into question shortly after its May 5 release. Social media interactions dropped from 159,000 on the first day to just 15,000 three days later, an analysis of the Washington Post Found.
Internet dwellers also quickly realized that yes minus one platform and plus one block, although he encouraged visitors to share Trump’s long posts on his own social media accounts.
The closure could be a big help for MyPillow CEO and Trump ally Mike Lindell, who launched his own website on social media in April. Lindell said at the time that their platform consists in freedom of speech, unless you want to swear or use the name of God in vain, which will forbid you.
“Another thing you can’t do about it is totally defame someone,” Lindell said. who is sued for defamation by Dominion Voting Systems worth $ 1.3 billion.
“From Donald J. Trump’s Counter” it was preceded by death of Trump Airlines, Trump beverages, Trump: The Game, numerous Trump casinos, Trump magazine, Trump Mortgage, Trump Steaks, a Trump travel website, Trump telecom, Trump University and Trump Vodka.