President Trump finally spoke to the media for the first time since leaving office.
Donald Trump knows his political future still hangs in the balance until the impeachment trial has been concluded.
Even so, Trump has something brewing, but he seems to be keeping his exact plan close to the vest.
Something Will Happen
There have been a lot of rumors about Trump’s next move.
The biggest of these is that Trump may try to start a new wing of the Republican party called the Patriot Party.
If, however, Trump is impeached, regardless of what party he is in, he will not be eligible to run for office.
If, on the other hand, Trump beats the impeachment, he probably becomes one of the most powerful men in politics.
He will be doing this with a list of Republicans that will be targeted for having betrayed him during the final weeks of his presidency.
When asked directly what he has in mind, Trump stated, “We’ll do something, but not just yet.”
After that comment, a reporter for the Washington Examiner was told to leave.
For those of you who have not read the most recent updates on the impeachment, a formal date has been given.
The article of impeachment is now expected to be sent to the Senate on Monday, where it will be formally read on the floor Monday night.
Schumer and McConnell have reportedly agreed to begin the Senate trial during the week of February 8.
Trump will have until February 2 to respond to the article as well as the House pre-trial brief.
The House will then have to issue its rebuttal no later than February 9.
The big question remains if Democrats can persuade 17 Republicans to vote “yes” on the impeachment.
By my current count, there are roughly six Republicans that could vote yes, so Dems have their work cut out for them.
Source: Fox News