Donald Trump’s historic first term in office came to a close.
But as Trump and his family left Washington all hell broke loose.
And that’s because Donald Trump’s last day in office ended with a promise that no one saw coming.
Donald Trump spoke to a cheering crowd of supporters at Andrews Air Force Base.
In his speech, President Trump graciously wished the new administration luck and pointed out that because his administration laid such fertile groundwork for economic recovery through vaccines and other measures, America’s future was bright.
“The future of this country has never been better,” Trump told a crowd of supporters. “I wish the new administration great luck and great success. I think they’ll have great success. They have the foundation to do something really spectacular.”
But the President did not close just by merely telling the crowd goodbye.
Instead, Donald Trump promised a comeback.
“Goodbye, we love you, we will be back in some form,” Trump declared.
It’s unknown what form or fashion Trump’s second act in politics will take shape.
On the night before Donald Trump left office,rumors leaked into the press that Trump was considering forming a third political party.
The Wall Street Journal exclusively reported:
President Trump has talked in recent days with associates about forming a new political party, according to people familiar with the matter, an effort to exert continued influence after he leaves the White House.
Mr. Trump discussed the matter with several aides and other people close to him last week, the people said. The president said he would want to call the new party the “Patriot Party,” the people said.
This story appeared to be a strategically timed leak.
Hours earlier, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell hinted he would vote to convict Donald Trump in an impeachment trial pinning the blame for the January 6 Capitol riot.
Donald Trump leaking word that he could start his own political movement to challenge RINO Republicans in a primary was intended to show McConnell that he could play hardball too.
If McConnell thinks he can excommunicate Donald Trump and his voters from the GOP and go back to John McCain and Mitt Romney-style Republican business as usual, Donald Trump wants to let him know he is making a big mistake.
Of course, the Senate may not vote to convict Donald Trump—although it certainly appears that McConnell believes he must try and push for conviction to divorce Trump from the GOP—and Trump will have other options.
Trump could run for President again in 2024.
Or Trump could opt to use his influence with the GOP base to play the role of kingmaker in the 2024 Republican presidential primary.
No matter what, Donald Trump’s options are wide open and despite what the fake news media says Donald Trump will remain a force in GOP politics for years to come.
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