Ms Haberman was commenting on a CNN report about Trump supporters and QAnon believers forecasting a "Myanmar-style" coup. The Washington Post reported in May that the webpage had "in the last week been shared to Facebook on average fewer than 2,000 times a day - a staggering drop from a year ago, when his Facebook page fielded tens of millions of comments, shares, and other interactions every week".
On top of his stream of statements, the former president has also regularly appeared on pro-Trump media outlets like OANN and Newsmax, and on Fox News shows.More news: French Open deletes tweet on Naomi Osaka press blackout
Now it is apparent that Trump's efforts to reengage online with followers have fallen flat, with The Washington Post reporting that social engagement around Trump - online comments and reactions about him - has plunged 95% since January, to its lowest level since 2016, when he won the presidency.
Mr Trump lost to Democrat challenger Joe Biden in the November 2020 US election but has refused to accept defeat, so far launching failed court cases and inciting US Capitol riots in his denial. It will happen soon. Who hasn't hastily created a blog before spiking it a few weeks later?More news: Horror: Remains of 215 children found at Canadian school site
But the site rarely gained much viewership: Trump's entire website, including his blog, merchandise store and donation page, saw roughly 4 million visits in the week ending May 18 from desktop and mobile devices in the United States - roughly half of the week's traffic for the right-wing websites Newsmax and the Gateway Pundit, according to an analysis by the online-analytics firm Similarweb, which tracks and estimates traffic and referrals for millions of websites.
Trump and his political allies have long accused social media companies of being hostile to conservative viewpoints.
Later, Miller responded to a question on Twitter about whether the blog was a "precursor" to Trump joining another social media platform.More news: Why a commission to investigate January 6 was not established
Trump's blog at first was billed as a new "communications platform".