(HorizonPost.com) – January 20 ended Donald Trump’s first term as President of the United States (POTUS) and began Joe Biden’s turn in the Oval Office. After President and Mrs. Trump arrived at Joint Base Andrews for their last trip on Air Force One to travel to Florida, he made a somewhat cryptic promise that we will see him back in the political arena again.
Donald Trump says "we'll be back" as his presidency comes to an end pic.twitter.com/CSDLp6WbLy
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According to reports, he’s met with advisors to discuss the possibility of forming the “Patriot Party” with an eye towards recapturing the White House in 2024. That might be his best route. Even before winning the 2016 Republican Party primary race, a coalition of “never-Trumpers” had formed. Most recently, he faced pushback from Vice President Mike Pence and Senator Mitch McConnell (R-KY) while trying to prove election irregularities.
Oddsmakers have currently set the line for who would be the president after the next election cycle showing VP Kamala Harris, President Joe Biden (in that order), and Trump as the three favorites. And if the Liberals continue on their path of reprisals against Conservatives? Well, Trump did get 73 million votes…
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