Trump has been lashing out at his social media company, which now includes Jared Kushner, Ivanka Trump and Fox News.
Trump lashed out at his family and media coverage of Truth Social:
So much fun to read and hear fake news political pundits say “Trump didn’t work hard on his campaign”. That’s not a good sign, maybe he’s giving up (even though I’m ahead in the polls!). What they didn’t say was, “We’ve got almost two years left.” The rally is going to be bigger and better than ever (because our country is going to hell), but it’s a little early, don’t you think?
Contrary to Fake News reports, I never asked Jared or Ivanka to run for the 2024 Presidential campaign, in fact I specifically asked them not to – too mean and nasty about Fake News and Corrupt News to have to deal with Some absolutely terrible SleazeBags in politics and beyond. There’s never been a “ride” like this, and they don’t deserve it again. I ran it twice, got millions of votes (RIGGED) the second time, and I’m doing it again!
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Let’s translate. Trump is mad at Fox News because they stopped making him the center of their coverage. He’s trying to undermine control because Jared Kushner and Ivanka Trump want nothing to do with his 2024 campaign, and he’s trying to hide the fact that he thinks he can prevent justice by announcing his campaign early Department of criminal prosecution.
Trump thought he was immune from prosecution by the DOJ, but he was dead wrong. Merrick Garland responded to Trump by announcing the appointment of special counsel Jack Smith.
Trump crashed all day Because his campaign announcement failed. He has zero mainstream media coverage and the law is hunting him down.
Jason is the managing editor. He is also a congressional correspondent for the White House Press Fellowship and PoliticusUSA. Jason has a BA in Political Science. His graduate work focused on public policy, specializing in social reform movements.
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