Trump will form a new political party

 


Outgoing US President Donald Trump is expected to form a new political party. There have been previous attempts to form a third party outside the two parties in U.S. politics. 

The Wall Street Journal reports that Trump will form a new political party in a different context.

 It has also been suggested that Trump's political party may be called the "Patriot Party."


The Wall Street Journal published a report online on the night of January 19, just hours before Donald Trump left the White House. 

The report says it is not yet clear how seriously Trump is considering forming such a political party. He himself did not make any such announcement.

The Wall Street Journal reports that Trump has discussed the idea of ​​forming a political party with close associates. 

Trump's distance from key Republican leaders has become clearer since a rally of supporters in Washington D.C. on January 6 called for him. 

Ten Republican lawmakers also voted in favor of the impeachment motion in the second round of Congress.

Mitch McConnell, one of the top Republican leaders and leader of the Senate, has said that provocative speeches by others, including Donald Trump, have played a role in the January 6 riots on Capitol Hill.

 Many Republican leaders now see Trump as a political burden for the party. Although Trump is still popular among the awakened conservatives in the United States.

 The support of his blind supporters is being re-calculated on how Republicans will fare in the future. Trump’s blind supporters are no longer committed to the Republican Party.

The Wall Street Journal reports that there have been previous attempts to build a third party in US politics.

 Now, in the most divided American society in history, if Donald Trump forms a separate party in politics with his ultra-conservative agendas, he will have to include some Republican leaders in the party.

The nature of Donald Trump's activities and the political momentum of the United States after he leaves power will tell whether 
Donald Trump will form a new party or not.

He can also form a conservative platform 
within the Republican Party. In his farewell speech, Trump said the -Make America Great movement has only just begun. He has announced to continue this movement.

 He can also form a conservative platform 
within the Republican Party. In his farewell speech, Trump said the -Make America Great movement has only just begun. He has announced to continue this movement.

Trump's farewell video message was broadcast Tuesday from local time at the White House. In the video message, Trump did not even mention his successor, Joe Biden. He did not congratulate Biden and was adamant on his previous position.

When Trump gave his farewell address on the last day of his four-year rule, the death toll in Corona in the United States exceeded four hundred thousand.

 In his farewell address, however, Trump spoke of his own success in ensuring the corona vaccine supply to the United States quickly.

 Although most people in America think Trump has failed miserably in dealing with Corona.

Trump came to Washington four years ago as an outsider. In his farewell speech, he spoke of his success.

"I've done more than I came here to do," Trump said.

Trump claims he has fought hard himself. He took all the tough decisions. Because the people chose him to do all this.

Without naming anyone, Trump wished the new administration success. "Good luck is an important word," Trump said.

In his last address to the American people as president, Trump said, "I am leaving without fear or favor. With the highest optimism, the best for our country and our children has not yet been achieved. '

Trump concluded his speech by saying, "God bless you, God bless the United States."

Trump will leave the White House early Wednesday morning. He will leave for Mar-a-Lago, Florida, with the last military salute from Andrew Base.

In the absence of a predecessor in America's 152-year history, a new president is about to be sworn in. Biden will be sworn in Wednesday afternoon local time.

 Trump has previously said he will not attend Biden's swearing-in ceremony.

In the absence of a predecessor in America's 152-year history, a new president is about to be sworn in. Biden will be sworn in Wednesday afternoon local time.

At a January 19 congressional hearing, Mitch McConnell, the outgoing Republican leader in the Senate, blamed Trump for the January 6 violence on Capitol Hill.

 He says such incidents have happened with the help of Trump and other influential people.

The House of Representatives impeached Trump for the second time after the January 6 violence. His impeachment requires the support of Republicans in the Senate.

Senator Mitch McConnell has previously given no indication as to whether he will take a stand against Trump on the impeachment question in the Senate. But on Tuesday he blamed Trump in his address.

 His position after this address has become a cause of concern for Trump-supporters. In the days to come, this division among Republicans will probably take shape. 

That's probably why Trump and his close senators are considering forming separate political party.

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