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Trump Still Pushing to Advance GOP Agenda, Candidates and US Interests

President Trump has formed the “Office of the Former President” as he continues to “advance the interests of the United States and to carry out the agenda” of conservatives, backing candidates and Democrats are worried.

President Donald Trump promises a “restoration coming” as he continues work of GOP and supports candidates

After slightly over a week since his departure from the White House, President Trump has gone back to work, creating an “office of the former president,” which is staffed with former White House aides. His purpose is to “advance the interests of the United States and to carry on the agenda” of his administration, the Washington Times reported.

Mr. Trump is already active in helping to support Republicans, first by giving political endorsements. He backed Kelly Ward for a second term as chairwoman of the Arizona Republican Party, who won. Trump has also endorsed former White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders in her bid for governor of Arkansas in 2022.

Trump also has a new political action committee called “Save America.”

Senator Lindsey Graham (R-SC) believes most Republicans will once again unite around former President Trump’s policies.

“I want to make sure that the Republican Party can grow and come back,” Graham explained, “and were going to need Trump and Trump needs us. I think the best thing for us is to keep the Trump policy movement alive.”

Democrats are worried

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is worried about the political power former President Trump still wields.

“Donald Trump’s team just announced he’s sitting on a $70 million war chest and he plans to use every cent to elect pro-Trump Republicans up and down the ballot,” Pelosi said. “I refuse to let this one-term president undermine our Democrats just days into the Biden-Harris administration.”

Trump hires 2 new lawyers for impeachment trial, after previous legal team departs

With less than two weeks before his impeachment trial begins, President Donald Trump has named 2 new lawyers for his defense team, after he parted ways with at least three attorneys over the weekend.

A source told NBC the parting of ways with Trump’s former legal team was a “mutual decision.” Reports vary, as the BBC reported that five attorneys parted ways with Trump.

Two new lawyers, Alabama attorney, David Schoen, and a former prosecutor in Pennsylvania, Bruce Castor, have been named as his legal representatives for the impeachment trial which begins next week, Fox 4 reported.

Former President Trump’s new attorneys have opined that they believe the impeachment of Trump is unconstitutional.

Group launches “Stop Stacy” to defeat Abrams in Georgia in 2022

A new conservative activist group has launched an independent committee called “stop Stacy” to develop a “robust state and national fundraising operation” in order to defeat a 2022 bid by Stacy Abrams to challenge Republican governor of Georgia Brian Kemp. Abrams, the former gubernatorial nominee, as all but certain to challenge Kemp next year and a rematch of their 2018 showdown, where she narrowly lost by less than 55,000 votes out of nearly 4 million cast, Fox reported. The group plans to target Abrams with opposition research, digital ads and other paid media.

The opposition group described itself as “a national, grassroots organization of engaged conservatives who are committed to protecting our future from Stacey Abrams, her left-wing backers, and their radical, un-American agenda.”


Richard Williams