When Trump re-emerged in February at CPAC, Americans from all corners of the country got a glimpse at what he was about to do, post-presidency. Many wanted him to announce his 2024 bid (others wanted him to start his own party, a big mistake). Instead, he made it clear that he was going to focus much of his efforts on retaking Congress. Specifically, he would use his significant influence and resources to help flip the House and Senate in 2022.
In the days and weeks that followed, Trump has become more and more vocal. He has released numerous statements criticizing the Biden administration, while offering glowing endorsements of America-first candidates.
Now, it appears his plans are moving into the next stage, with the launching of various initiatives.
Most prominently, there is the former president’s leadership PAC — the Save America PAC — which has a war chest totaling more than $85 million heading into the second quarter of this year…
The former president is already deploying resources to help unseat GOP incumbents like Sen. Lisa Murkowski of Alaska, whose primary opponent Kelly Tshibaka has hired several former top Trump campaign advisers…
Another development on that front is the creation of the former president’s Super PAC, which Trump 2016 Campaign Manager Corey Lewandowski has been tapped to lead…
Efforts have accelerated in April, with the announcement of Stephen Miller’s “America First Legal,” an organization the Trump policy and messaging stalwart has branded a conservative response to the ACLU…
This week, Trump alumni launched the largest post-administration group to date with the America First Policy Institute (AFPI), a 35-person nonprofit aiming to continue to advance the former president’s populist policy agenda…
Rounding out this emerging array of funding, policy, and legal arms is an expected social media network. [Source: Just the News]
Trump is in no way slowing down after leaving the White House. It is clear that even now, Trump is having a dramatic impact on the future of the country. He and his team are launching numerous groups, on nearly every front, that will defend and spread his America First agenda.
He is using his significant funds to help get MAGA candidates in and RINOs out. But beyond the 2022 midterms, Trump has formed a conservative-minded version of the ACLU, the “America First Legal.” Such a group would focus on defending American values at the court level.
The “America First Policy Institute” will focus on spreading Trump’s vision for America through other means. Such a group would work with state and local leaders to craft legislation, or perhaps help shape the GOP’s agenda on a national level.
Republicans have flocked Mar-a-Lago to receive Trump’s endorsement in person. On top of that, many are waiting for Trump’s rumored social media network. Several alternative networks have tried to win Trump over, so he’d join their platforms. But it seems like, for one reason or other, Trump would rather not. According to one aide, he is not interested in joining a platform that could kick him off any time they wanted. So instead, he’ll make his own—that millions are sure to join.
It seems like, despite the left’s best efforts, Trump is far from going away.
Author: Andrew Jones
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