The Washington Post is struggling with revenue and subscribers, according to a new report from the New York Times.

The Trump years were great for the WaPo, as their readers greedily devoured every single story about the walls supposedly closing in on Trump, but now? Not so much.

The Biden years are awful for everyone, so far.

From the NY Times:

In the years after Jeff Bezos bought The Washington Post in 2013, business boomed. Droves of readers bought digital subscriptions, and the newsroom roughly doubled in size, adding hundreds more journalists.

But The Post’s business has stalled in the past year. As the breakneck news pace of the Trump administration faded away, readers have turned elsewhere, and the paper’s push to expand beyond Beltway coverage hasn’t compensated for the loss.

The organization is on track to lose money in 2022, after years of profitability, according to two people with knowledge of the company’s finances.

That’s a shame.

Here’s a suggestion:

People have thoughts about this:

Maybe it’s a staffing problem…

This sums it up:

The WaPo says democracy dies in darkness.

Apparently, subscription sales die without Trump.