Donald Trump can no longer tweet since his account was suspended following the storming of the Capitol.
Instead, it issues short email press releases that read like Tweets.
There are a lot of uppercase and exclamation marks and the topics could be as random as the messages he used to post on his social media accounts.
Last month, he criticized organizers of the Academy Awards for low TV ratings for the show.
He wrote: «Change the name back to Academy Awards, don’t be politically correct and boring, and do it right. Also, prepare for a great host.»
«These people on television spend all their time thinking about how to promote the Democratic Party, which is destroying our country, eliminating conservatives and Republicans. This formula definitely did not work well with the Academy!» The statement concluded.
A recent Mother’s Day email also contained a political message.
«Happy Mother’s Day everyone. All this will be back bigger, better and stronger than ever. Don’t worry!» The press release mentioned.
Mostly, Donald Trump uses his emails to continue spreading false claims that the election was stolen and criticizing his political opponents.
In recent weeks, Republican Congresswoman Liz Cheney has been the focus of these attacks, with the former president describing them as «bad for our country and bad for her».
She is the daughter of former US Vice President Dick Cheney and is the only Wyoming member of the House of Representatives due to the state’s small population.
It is conservative and was seen as part of the republican establishment.
Donald Trump, however, is not a fan.
«Republicans in the House of Representatives have a great opportunity today to rid themselves of a poor leader, a major Democratic talking point, a belligerent, and someone with no personality or heart at all,» Trump wrote before the exclusion vote. Congresswoman Cheney from her leadership role within the party.
She was the third-ranked Republican in the House of Representatives, but was removed from the position on Wednesday. Her crime was to refuse to embrace Donald Trump’s unfounded allegations of voter fraud.
In the wake of Trump’s supporters storming the Capitol, senior Republicans criticized the former president for his role in the attack, but few voted to stand trial.
Liz Cheney was one of the few who did.
She raised a proposal to be removed from her leadership role in February. She survived this vote but has since continued her attacks against Donald Trump and has repeatedly rejected his claim that the election was stolen as the «big lie.»
That all became too much for the Republican leader in the House, Kevin McCarthy.
Earlier this month, he was caught on a «hot microphone,» speaking on the air to a Fox News host.
«I think she has real problems,» McCarthy said of Liz Cheney. «It was with her. You know, I lost confidence.»
The congresswoman’s days were numbered in her leadership role but she remained defiant until the end.
In a speech on the grounds of the House of Representatives, the night before the impeachment vote, she again called on Donald Trump to spread the lies.
«We have to tell the truth,» said Liz Cheney. «Our election was not stolen and America did not fail.»
On Friday, she was replaced by Congressman Elise Stefanik, a staunch supporter of Donald Trump.
«He’s an important part of our Republican team,» said Congresswoman Stephanic, when asked about the former president. She described him as a «significant voice» at the party and someone she looked forward to working with.
«The American people are suffering under the extreme left-wing socialist policies of President Joe Biden and Parliament Speaker Nancy Pelosi. In just over 100 days, we have an economic crisis, we have a border crisis and we have a national security crisis,» she said. He said.
The Republican Party continues to embrace Donald Trump as its leader and refuse to condemn his false and dangerous claims that the elections are stolen.
In order to regain control of the House and Senate in next year’s midterm elections, the party leadership has apparently made a calculated political ruling that sticking to Trump is their best chance of winning.
He won 74 million votes in the presidential election and these supporters did not go far. Many of them still believe that the vote was rigged and that their candidate is the real winner.
According to a Reuters / Ipsos poll, nearly 60% of Republicans believe the 2020 election was stolen from Donald Trump.
After losing her leadership role this week, Liz Cheney said her battle against «The Big Lie» would continue.
«At the moment, I am focusing very hard on making sure that our party will once again become a party that defends the truth and defends the fundamental principles of conservatism,» she told NBC.
She added that Donald Trump «should not be anywhere near the Oval Office.»
By alienating her from her senior post in the Republican Party, Liz Cheney has lost a powerful platform, but, just as Donald Trump has had to resort to email press releases, she will also undoubtedly find an alternative pathway to voice her opinion. he heard.
The storming of the Capitol may have resulted in the loss of the former president’s Twitter account, but it has clearly not loosened his grip on the Republican Party.
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