President TrumpDonald Trump Giuliani used provisional balloting to vote in the 2020 election, the same way he underestimated in the fight to overturn the results, Trump had the lowest approval rate for the job in recent days as Chief Editor Bill Samon in DC, Fox News retires more He has reportedly raised the possibility of forming a new political party as he prepares to leave the White House amid internal struggles within the Republican Party.
The Wall Street Journal mentioned On Tuesday, Trump discussed the matter with partners last week, indicating it would be called the “Patriot Party.”
According to the newspaper, it is unclear how seriously the outgoing president is about starting a new party. The site indicated that the broad base of Trump supporters was not heavily involved in the Republican Party before Trump became the presidential candidate for 2016.
Speculation has grown over whether Trump will run for president again in 2024. If he does, he may effectively disqualify surviving Republican candidates from pursuing the presidency. Traditionally, third parties have failed to gain sufficient momentum to challenge the Democratic and Republican parties.
The Republican leadership will likely be fiercely opposed to this endeavor, as it will be seen as Trump withdrawing support for other Republican candidates.
Since losing the presidential election, Trump’s future after the White House has been in question. In November, Axios reported that Trump allies were looking to buy the conservative news network Newsmax in order to compete with Fox News. However, Newsmax CEO Chris Ruddy denied that such discussions occurred.
Trump’s future endeavors in Washington will likely face challenges. He is due to be tried in the Senate after leaving office and leader of the outgoing majority in the Senate Mitch McConnellAddison (Mitch) Mitchell McConnell What will MLK say about Trump and the Republican Party? Pay Biden minimum wage uphill battle with Republican senators grappling with Trump’s purge of the party More (R-Ky.) He has Not yet decided Whether to vote to condemn Trump. McConnell blamed Trump on Tuesday Provoke violent crowd That stormed the Capitol on January 6.
Democratic lawmakers called for Trump to be barred from running for federal office in the future, and Representative Nikima Williams (Democrat) on Tuesday introduced legislation to Trump banned from entering the US Capitol After his presidency ends on Wednesday.