by Sharon Rondeau

(Jun. 2, 2021) — Although Trump aide Jason Miller confirmed Wednesday that the 45th President of the United States’s personal blog, located on the “Desk” section of his political website for the last month, has now been removed, Trump continues to opine on current events as evidenced by his feed at Gab.com.

On Tuesday, Trump endorsed Texas Gov. Greg Abbott for re-election next year, complimenting him on his stances on border security, the Second Amendment, and the economy. As the primary race currently stands, Abbott will face a number of Republican contenders, including a former Texas state senator who claims he is “the clear Trump candidate in the Texas governor’s race.”

On Wednesday, with “Desk” taken down, Trump berated Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey for recently vetoing two bills and Biden for his reversal of Trump’s “Remain in Mexico” policy for asylum-seekers who sought to enter the United States from south of the border.

“Incredible to see that RINO Governor Doug Ducey of Arizona just vetoed a bill that would have outlawed Critical Race Theory training for State employees, and another that would have banned the mailing of ballots to citizens who never requested them,” Trump wrote of the two-term Arizona chief executive. “He did this under the guise of passing a budget. For those of you who think Doug Ducey is good for Arizona, you are wrong. Our Country needs Attorney General Mark Brnovich, who has done little so far on Voter Integrity and the 2020 Presidential Election Scam, to step it up—but patriotic Republicans in the State Senate are making up for unelectable RINOs,” Trump added, referring to the Maricopa County election audit called for by a number of state senate Republicans led by senate president Karen Fann.

On Wednesday, a group of Republican legislators from Pennsylvania “toured” the audit, whose lead organization is Cyber Ninjas of Florida. After a week-long break in audit activity for high-school graduations, the nine cameras trained on the effort have been reactivated.

In a tweet at approximately midday, the Twitter account “AZ Audit War Room” reported that “The Pennsylvania Legislative Delegation is currently meeting with Members of the Arizona Legislature to discuss election integrity in the United States.”

Trump’s excoriation of Biden’s handling of the crisis on the U.S.-Mexico border labeled Biden “the first American President who doesn’t want America to be a nation at all.” Following his criticism of Ducey, Trump wrote:

Remain in Mexico, also known as MPP (Migrant Protection Protocols), was not only a historic foreign policy triumph but one of the most successful border security programs anyone has ever put into effect anywhere. Along with our Central America Safe Third agreements, asylum reforms, and expedited removal procedures we drove border numbers to record lows and we ENDED the horrendous practice known as Catch-and-Release.

No American President had ever done more to defend the border and safeguard the whole immigration system.

The Biden Administration inherited the most secure border in history, and they turned it into the greatest border disaster in history. Our border is now run by cartels, criminals, and coyotes. Illegal immigrants, gang members, and lethal drugs are pouring across like never before. Not only are illegal immigrants being caught and released, they are being put up in hotels at taxpayer expense.

Our country is being destroyed before our very eyes.

The Biden Administration’s disastrous decision to formally end the Remain in Mexico policy is proof that their objective is to eliminate the U.S. border entirely and flood the country with so many illegal aliens that every community is overwhelmed.

Joe Biden is the first American President who doesn’t want America to be a nation at all.

In response Wednesday to speculation from a Republican strategist as to why Trump’s personal blog had been removed, Miller appeared to confirm that Trump will be “joining another social media platform,” although he did not indicate a time frame.

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