- Former president Donald Trump will be instrumental to the future of the Republican Party
- Senator Lindsey Graham disclosed this while reacting to the crisis between Trump and Senate minority leader Mitch McConnell
- Meanwhile, Graham called on Trump to make some changes in the way he relates with people
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The immediate past president of the United States of America, Donald Trump, is the future of the Republican party, Senator Lindsey Graham has claimed.
Graham disclosed this on Fox News while discussing the impeachment trial and subsequent acquitter in the Senate.
According to him, Senator Mitch McConnell should accept Trumpism as the face of the part.
The two top men in the party are currently not on good terms following McConnell's rebuke of Trump over the Capitol insurrection and Trump's vow to back another candidate to challenge him in the primary.
“I know Trump can be a handful but he is the most dominant figure in the Republican Party. We don’t have a snowball’s chance in hell of taking back the majority without Donald Trump.”
However, he called on Trump to make some changes for him to reach his potentials.
“You’re going to have to make some changes for you to reach your potential.”
Meanwhile, a group, All Lives Matter in Nigeria (ALMN) on Sunday, January 24, called on the Nigerian government and other African nations to sanction the 45th president of the United States of America, Trump.
The group in a statement signed by its director of public enlightenment, Bonaventure Maduka, and seen by Legit.ng said Trump's administration worsened diplomatic relations between the US and the African continent.
Maduka said a sanction to the past officials would help send a strong message to other world leaders insincere in their dealings on issues that affect Africa.
In another report, the 46th president of the US, Joe Biden has lifted a travel ban placed on Nigeria and some other nations like Eritrea, Yemen and Sudan.
Legit.ng previously reported that Biden lifted the travel ban on the first day of his administration as the president of the United States of America.
However, Trump in what appears to be a reassuring message for his supporters said he was going to make a come back in US politics.
Trump said he will do something about his loss but however, "not yet".