Former U.S. President Donald Trump intends to resume his participation in the political life of the country. His return after the impeachment case was announced by the Associated Press.
According to it, Trump is preparing for the next stage of life after being president and is looking for ways to regain his power. The first step for the former American leader will be interviews with Republican-friendly media outlets. “I believe you will probably be hearing a lot more about him in the coming days,” Trump aide Jason Miller stressed.
It is noted that the former head of state has been in discussions with political advisers about helping Republicans try to take control of the House and Senate in the 2022 midterm elections. Trump is also focused on getting back at Republicans who supported his impeachment.
Earlier, it was reported that Trump has been worried about the impeachment process and its outcome for the past two weeks. Since the former president left the White House late last month, he has been very quiet. His silence and quiet demeanor have been attributed by many to his worries about impeachment. A close Trump aide also confirmed that the former president had expressed concerns about the process in private conversations.
On February 13, 57 senators voted to impeach Trump, with 43 opposed. The indictment required 67 votes out of 100. Thus, the initiative did not garner the necessary number of votes. The Senate acquitted the former president.