It’s been nearly one week since Donald Trump exited the White House for the very last time as the president of the United States. Many Americans miss the 45th president and have wondered to what extent Trump will be in the public eye, now that his time in the Oval Office is over.
For while, some people thought Trump might start a third political party, media company, or social media site. However, sources close to the former president confirmed that his priorities center around helping Republicans win back the House and Senate majorities.
Likewise, breaking reports from Breitbart News confirm that Trump has launched an “Office of the Former President” based in Florida.
A Closer Look at the Office of the Former President
Per a statement put out yesterday, the Office of the Former President will deal with formal activities regarding Trump’s post-White House life in politics. These activities include appearances, public statements, correspondence, and other official actions.
JUST IN – Trump establishes the Office of the Former President.
"The Office will be responsible for managing President Trump's correspondence, public statements, appearances, and official activities."
Pure genius. pic.twitter.com/id1BcQbgAY
— Kambree (@KamVTV) January 26, 2021
Additionally, this newly-founded office shall seek to further American interests and continue with the agenda of the Trump administration. The Office of the Former President explained that the aforementioned agenda will be continued via different forms of organization and advocacy, along with public activism.
The statement from the office then wraps up by confirming that Donald Trump will never cease to be the American people’s champion.
The Office of the Former President in Politics
There’s no doubt that the former president’s new office will certainly come in handy. 2022 congressional races are right around the corner; as such, Trump will be working to help GOP members take back the majorities from Democrats.
— Laura Bouzari (@LauraBouzari) January 20, 2021
The 45th president is also expected to help primary congressional Republicans that ultimately supported his impeachment earlier this month. Trump is far from the only conservative who takes issue with the ten House Republicans that voted alongside Democrats for impeachment; many primary challengers for these members of Congress are already coming forward.
Trump’s establishment of the Office of the Former President arrives after he vowed supporters to return in one form or another. Thus far, it is very much apparent that Americans shouldn’t count out the 45th president of the United States.
What do you think about Trump’s new Office of the Former President? What role do you believe it will play in GOP politics? Be sure to let us know in the comments section below.