Donald Trump breaks his post-White House silence to say: “We will do something”
BREAKING NEWS: Donald Trump breaks post-White House silence to say “We’ll do something – but not right away” as he dines at his golf club
- Trump made a brief comment at Trump International Golf Club
- He skipped the Joe Biden nomination
- Biden says he wrote her a ‘gracious’ letter but did not reveal its contents
- Senate trial to open officially Monday on “incitement to insurgency”
- The town he left behind is still guarded by thousands of National Guard soldiers
President Donald Trump is hinting that he will be back in politics, while keeping his own advice as he begins his new life as a Florida resident and golf club regular.
Trump has been in virtual isolation since he flew Mar a Lago to West Palm Beach in the final hours of his presidency – though he touched the ties on his first day off and made his way to his Grill Room. golf club Friday.
“We will do something, but not right away,” he told the Washington Examiner in a brief interaction at his usual table at the private Trump International Golf Club restaurant before an assistant quickly cut the match.
“We will do something, but not right away,” former President Donald Trump told the Washington Examiner at his golf club on Friday. On Thursday, he spent his first day as a private citizen golfing at his course in West Palm Beach, Florida.
President Donald Trump waves as he boards Marine One at the White House in Washington on his last day in office
It was Trump’s first public comment since Joe Biden was sworn in, with the former president blocked on Twitter and choosing not to participate in the historic transfer of power on Wednesday. The event featured events to reinforce its “unity” theme, as former Presidents George W. Bush, Bill Clinton and Barack Obama all address the nation in a joint video from Arlington Cemetery.
Trump has more to do in his post-presidency than just reflect on his tenure or prepare for a comeback: House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said she would forward an impeachment article to the Senate on Monday.
This means that Trump’s impeachment trial for “inciting insurgency” will officially begin the next day, although senators can reach an agreement to postpone arguments and other matters.
Trump and his lawyers will have to start working on a defense immediately. Federal authorities have arrested more than 125 people as they round up the alleged perpetrators of the January 6 MAGA riot on Capitol Hill.
Donald and Melania Trump arrive in Florida on Air Force One after leaving Washington DC on Wednesday
Workers were seen planting huge trees along the Trump International Golf Club in Florida on Friday to block the view of the course from unwanted stares.
Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi holds the article of impeachment signed against U.S. President Donald J. Trump during an induction ceremony in the Rayburn Room of the United States Capitol in Washington, DC, States United, January 13, 2021
Trump also needs to reimagine what his public profile will be like, without using the social media he’s used to. Field guards on his course were seen planting new palm trees around the perimeter – possibly to obstruct the view that allowed members of the media to take photos of him on the course.
Workers were seen planting huge trees alongside Trump International on Friday to block the view of the course from unwanted stares.
The tree planting comes just a day after a CNN cameraman filmed the former president. Even with the campaign and the transition behind him, Trump could be seen wearing a red “MAGA hat”.