Washington – Former President Donald Trump on Monday announced the official opening of the “former president’s office” in Palm Beach County, Florida, which is tasked with overseeing the 45th president’s official activities in his life after the presidency.
“The Office will be responsible for managing President Trump’s correspondence, public statements, appearances and official activities to advance the interests of the United States and pursue the Trump administration’s agenda through advocacy, organization, and public activism,” the office said in a statement. “President Trump will always and forever be a champion of the American people.”
Sir. Trump and former First Lady Melania Trump traveled from Washington to Florida on the morning of January 20 and chose not to welcome President Joe Biden and First Lady Dr. Jill Biden welcomes the White House and skips the inauguration of the new president.
Without access to his Twitter account, which the company banned after the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol and Facebook, Mr. Trump has been quiet and forced to rely on more traditional vehicles to reach out to the public and the press in his final days in office.
Twitter announced on January 8 that it decided to ban Trump’s account “because of the risk of further incitement to violence” and restricted the use of two other official accounts, which have since been transferred to Mr. The bite to use. Facebook also locked Trump’s account indefinitely after the attack on the Capitol, though it is asking its independent supervisory board to make a final decision on whether the former president should regain access to his Facebook and Instagram account.
While Mr. Trump has not announced how he plans to spend his years after the White House, and whether he intends to return to politics, he has suggested he has no intention of staying out of the public eye. In his last remarks as president before leaving Washington, Mr Trump told a crowd of supporters “we will see you soon” and “we will be back in some form.”
The former president will also be prosecuted in the Senate next month when Parliament accused him for the second time of inciting rebellion. The Senate received the individual prosecution from the House on Monday, and the trial is expected to begin the week of February 8th.