Joshua GreenBloomberg Businessweek Columnist
With Donald Trump diminished and a divisive fight behind them, some GOP House members are looking at mainstream media in a new light.
The California congressman’s quest for the speakership risks defeat at the hands of GOP radicals aping the former president’s attention-getting style of putting vendettas and chaos ahead of policy.
Twitter’s chief executive has stolen the ex-president’s media mojo by becoming the ubiquitous troll-in-chief who always owns the libs.
Letting Donald Trump back on Twitter could help to galvanize and unify the party for the 2024 elections.
It will raise his stature as a superspreader of election denialism — and the bar for what constitutes loyalty to Donald Trump.