During one of his victory speeches, Joe Biden told supporters that as president he would never tweet from the White House, a comment clearly directed at the current occupant.

What we all have come to know quite regrettably is that tweeting and trolling are common methods at Trump’s disposal and he resorts to either with fiats and insults.

This past Wednesday, March 4, following Michael Bloomberg’s suspension of his presidential quest, Trump pounced, tweeting, “Mini Mike Bloomberg just ‘quit’ the race for President. I could have told him long ago that he didn’t have what it takes, and he would have saved himself a billion dollars, the real cost. Now he will pour money into Sleepy Joe’s campaign, hoping to save face. It won’t work!”

What Trump appears to downplay is that Bloomberg ads were aimed mainly at him with the expressed purpose of removing him from office.

Bloomberg’s presidential run may have come to an end but the barrage of ads, Bloomberg said, will continue and as Trump notes, Bloomberg will be endorsing Biden’s campaign.

Trump was not alone in his disparaging words about Biden’s victory. Marianne Williamson, the spiritual guru and author who briefly flirted with a presidential bid, characterized Biden’s comeback as a coup. Williamson, a supporter of Bernie Sanders who talked about “dark psychic forces” afoot in the land, said Biden’s victory was not “a resurrection—it was a coup. Russiagate was not a coup. Mueller was not a coup. Impeachment was not a coup. What happened yesterday was a coup,” she said of Biden’s victory in South Carolina. “And we will push back.” Her tweet was later deleted.

So much for our lady of dark psychic forces and with comments such as this Sanders might be better served with her being sidelined or to at least disavow her comments and tweets.

Yes, the tweets and trolls are part and parcel of the digital, social media age we live in and Trump has made it a special province to dispense his vitriol and commandments.

Mayor Pete, Amy Klobuchar, and now Bloomberg are among the recent departures from the race, and it’s a good bet that Sen. Warren may not be far behind.

Any one of these candidates, perhaps even Williamson, would have given Trump a run for the money, especially if some of that money was being forked over by the two former billionaire contenders.

No, the Oval Office cannot be bought, but the nation can be tricked, bamboozled and hoodwinked as Trump has done without remorse, and if the unity we dream fails to materialize with the Democrats’ candidates we may have to gear up again for our chant that to Make America Great Again—Trump Must Go!