Trump Reportedly “Happier” Now That He’s Off Social Media

( After being permanently suspended from social media platform Twitter, former President Donald Trump reportedly feels “happier” overall.

During an interview with the United Kingdom’s Sunday Times newspaper, former Trump campaign strategist Jason Miller revealed a little about the former president’s feelings now he has left the White House.

“The president has said he feels happier now than he’s been in some time,” he said.

“He’s said that not being on social media, and not being subject to the hateful echo chamber that social media too frequently becomes, has actually been good,” Miller added.

Miller also explained how former First Lady Melania Trump feels free, now that she does not have to engage with social media.

“That’s Something that the First Lady has backed up as well,” he added. “She has said she loves it, that he’s much happier and is enjoying himself much more.”

After five years (counting the campaign!) of media smears and FBI witch hunts, leaving the Twitter echo chamber and disappearing for a while definitely does sound like it would be a relief…

During the interview, Miller explained how leaving the White House has allowed the former president to truly relax for the first time in years, describing how only 45 other people in American history know what it’s like “to have the world on their shoulders.”

He said that Trump now knows what it’s like to “be able to exhale” for the first time in four years.

The interview also revealed how the former president shared “tender moments” with his family as he was leaving the White House for Florida on the final day of his presidency.

“It was fun to have a front-row seat for that,” Miller said. “The emotions ran the entire gamut. Some folks were very sad this day had come, but there was a sense of pride that this was the single most successful first term in US presidential history.”

President Donald Trump is currently living in his Mar-a-Lago club in Palm Beach, Florida.

Democrats are currently trying to evict the former president as he starts his private life, claiming that his residence at the club violates a 1993 agreement made with Palm Beach.