In the comments on CNN commentator Dean Obeidallah wrote that Trump should now be concerned after the conservative media came out and criticized the former president.
He was referring to the new management’s comments from New York Post with the caption: “Trump’s silence around January 6 is damning”.
Obeidallah believes these comments should really concern the former president, given that the New York Post has shown allegiance to Trump several times in the past and because some readers of the newspaper are pro-Trump.
At the same time, tabloid newspapers are also one of the crown jewels in Rupert Murdoch’s media empire, as Obeidallah explains.
– Thrown in the trash
Commentator Jack Shafer on site political believes that Murdoch is now done with Trump because the “chaotic politician” has little value to the international media mogul (91).
– The split shouldn’t surprise anyone. Murdoch has no friends or anyone loyal to him. He has no principles nor has he ever had them. His political interests are purely transactional. With Trump heading into his final days as a politician, he is indispensable.
– Murdoch always flirts and then throws his political partners in the trash as soon as someone better shows up, writes Shafer.
He believes the next person likely to be Murdoch’s new favorite is Florida Republican Governor Ron DeSantis.
– Not feasible
In the 2020 elections, New York Post massive support for Donald Trump, while they believe that the Biden administration “will rely on the socialist left”.
Obeidallah now believes that Trump should be concerned that those who previously expressed support for him are now turning away from him. He also believed that once the New York Post criticized someone, they would not hold back.
Avisa is known for using strong words in its stories, and editorial comments are no exception:
“When his supporters stormed the Capitol and called for his vice president to be hanged, President Donald Trump sat in his private dining room watching TV and doing nothing. For three hours, seven minutes”, wrote the management department at New York Post.
Further in this case, the newspapers criticized Trump for not lifting the finger to stop storming Congress on January 6.
“It is up to the Ministry of Justice to decide if this is a crime. But in principle, as a character, Trump has proven himself unfit to be president of this country again,” the editorial department wrote.
Back to Washington
For the first time since he stepped down as president, Donald Trump is back in Washington.
On Tuesday, Trump will give a speech at the America First Policy Institute think tank, which manages many of the same thoughts that Trump promoted as president.
Several of his advisers have asked him to speak more about his vision for the future as he prepares to announce that he will run for president in 2024.
It is the first time Trump has returned to the US capital since January 20, 2021, when Joe Biden was sworn in as president and moved into the White House.
Condemning Trump’s lack of effort
On Monday evening, President Joe Biden stated that he condemned Donald Trump’s failure to try to stop attacks on Congress last year.
In his speech, the president made the clearest statement to date about then-President Trump and the invasion of Congress on January 6 last year.
Biden said that when police were attacked on Capitol Hill, the outgoing president did nothing to stop them.
– Lives lost. While this was going on, the outgoing president sat comfortably in his own dining room and watched this unfold while a brave police officer was subjected to three hours of medieval hell, Biden told union representatives.
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