Ah, the swamp.
Such a deep and troubling place. President Trump is reportedly continuing his crusade to clean up the D.C. establishment, and I couldn’t be more happy!
He isn’t even in office anymore, and he is still cleaning the place up.
He never even accepted a salary while in office, and he continues to truly serve his country as a private citizen, free of charge.
Not like some people we all know who get six figures to bicker……you know the ones! Pelosi, Romney, Schumer, McConnell, the list goes on and on!
People can say whatever they want about DJT, what they absolutely cannot say is that he doesn’t love America.
Here are the latest developments:
According to three people familiar with the planning, Trump will soon begin vetting candidates at Mar-a-Lago who are eager to fulfill his promise to exact vengeance upon incumbent Republicans who’ve scorned him, and to ensure every open GOP seat in the 2022 midterms has a MAGA-approved contender vying for it.
Trump already has received dozens of requests from prospective candidates seeking to introduce themselves and nab his endorsement, and formal meetings with them could begin as early as March. Now that Trump has survived his second Senate impeachment trial, he has shifted his focus to post-presidential activism — a venture mostly bankrolled by his new leadership PAC, Save America, which had $31 million in its coffers at the start of this month.
Earlier this week, Trump met with his former campaign manager Brad Parscale to discuss online fundraising components to support his efforts and how he can utilize social media despite his ban from popular websites like Twitter. Trump also met with House Minority Whip Steve Scalise (R-La.), and his eldest son Don Jr. earlier this week.
CNBC also reported earlier developments on the story:
Former President Donald Trump on Tuesday blasted Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., and vowed to back primary opponents who support Trump’s agenda.
The fiery statement, which describes McConnell as a “dour, sullen, and unsmiling political hack,” comes after the Senate GOP leader accused Trump of bearing responsibility for the deadly Capitol riot.
Trump, whose once-prolific online presence has been muzzled by multiple social media companies, claimed in a statement from his political action committee that McConnell’s “dedication to business as usual” will lead to further Republican losses.
The statement, which came three days after Trump was acquitted in an unprecedented second impeachment trial, highlights a widening rift in the GOP over what role the former president ought to play in the party. Trump, who maintains high approval among Republicans, had previously signaled he would remain active in politics.