- Donald Trump still has his eyes on the White House
- The former US president has even spoken on his plan to take back the American seat of power
- This is Trump's public comment after he left office rather unceremoniously
- Trump's impeachment trial has been delayed till early February 2021 by the US Senate majority leader, Mitch McConnell
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Although the former United States (US) president, Donald Trump was blocked by Facebook and Twitter, he still has his ways of letting out his usually controversial views.
The outspoken former American leader has broken his silence after leaving the Oval Office for his predecessor, President Joe Biden.
As reported by the New York Post on Friday, January 22, Trump has said that he has it in mind to take back the White House, perhaps implying a re-election bid.
However, the immediate past president noted that he will " do something, but not just yet.”
This seemingly vague remark by Trump is coming at a time when his impeachment trial has been delayed by the US Senate.
Meanwhile, Trump had started looking for defence lawyers ahead of his impeachment trial in the Senate.
The 74-year-old Republican is trying to gather a team after he was found guilty of incitement of insurrection following the US Capitol chaos.
Trump, who made history by being the first president to be impeached twice, would still enjoy protection by the US secret service but would be banned from office if indicted.
“He’s trying to put together a team," South Carolina Senator Lindsay Graham," a staunch supporter of Trump said.
The 45th US president who served a single four-year term from 2016 to 2021, reportedly made a call to Graham after settling into his Mar-a-Lago mansion in Florida.
"He says this (Trump's new residence) is probably the second nicest place other than the White House,” Graham disclosed.
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