Many have asked what Donald Trump will do, now that he’s returned to private life.
(Most can be assured he’ll hardly stay “private” in his opinions and decisions.)
Some claimed he was floating the idea of starting his own “Patriot Party.” That seems to be what the MSM was saying. They probably hoped it was true, as it would split the GOP and give Democrats big wins.
But, as it turns out, Trump is defying their claims (as usual) and developing a plan to help turn Congress around. From Daily Wire:
President Donald Trump has reportedly dropped an idea to start a third political party, which was briefly floated last week, and is now focused on helping the Republican Party win back the House and the Senate in 2022…
“The President has made clear his goal is to win back the House and Senate for Republicans in 2022,” Miller said. “There’s nothing that’s actively being planned regarding an effort outside of that, but it’s completely up to Republican Senators if this is something that becomes more serious.”
Now the liberal media is claiming Trump floated the idea of a third party to get Republican leaders “in line.”
(Oh, guys, nice cover. It seems like the claim of the “Patriot Party” was squashed after Trump’s own adviser set the record straight.)
Instead, Jason Miller is saying Trump will focus his efforts on helping the GOP win back the House and Senate in 2022.
That’s a very real and obtainable goal—and one that should make Democrats very nervous.
Impeachment or not, there is nothing they can do to stop Trump—a private citizen—from endorsing Republican candidates in the upcoming midterms.
Sure, they can kick him off of social media, but that will hardly stop him. Trump and his people will find new ways of reaching that 75,000,000 that backed him in 2020.
We might even see the return of his legendary rallies.
President Trump had an impeccable record of endorsements during his time in office. Most of the candidates he supported won their primaries and general elections.
And the people he opposed? Let’s just say they had to look for new jobs (look out Lisa Murkowski!).
Would you like to see Trump come back to campaign and support Republican candidates in 2022?
- Report suggests Trump will focus efforts on flipping Congress red in 2022.
- Rumors of a “Patriot Party” turned out to come to nothing.
- Trump has a long track record of getting candidates elected.
Source: Daily Wire