But Farah explained on ABC’s “The View,” on which she has been a panelist since August, why she believes Trump getting back on Twitter would do the former president and the GOP more harm than good.
Farah framed a potential Trump return as “some good news for you ladies at the table.”
“I think it hurts him to be on Twitter. I don’t think his crazy statements get as much pickup on Truth Social as they did on Twitter,” she argued, referring to Trump’s social media platform.
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Farah recalled Trump attacking her this week on Truth Social for her criticism of him. She turned sour on her former boss following the deadly Jan. 6, 2021, U.S. Capitol riot.
“No one noticed it,” she said of Trump’s attack on her. “It was like if a tree falls in the woods.”
“Twitter is different,” Farah added. “He’s going to have a way bigger platform, and it’s going to remind voters of how unhinged he was, of how much drama he created. And it’s going to make Republicans have to answer for everything.”
“It’s not good for the party or for him I don’t think,” she said.
Trump was permanently banned from Twitter in 2021 following his incitement of the Capitol riot. Musk has said he plans to nix permanent bans for rule-breaking users, but Trump has claimed he will stick to his own platform.
This article originally appeared on HuffPost and has been updated.