In the near future, the former American leader Donald Trump intends to deliver his first speech after the end of the presidential term, during which he is expected to talk about the future of the Republican Party, and also, most likely, will try to settle scores with fellow party members who opposed him, reports NBC. Moreover, according to the available information, he is thinking of returning to social networks and clearly expects to return to business again.
What do you expect from former President Donald Trump when he delivers his first speech next week? Will he try to position himself as more than just the leader of the Republican Party and declare why, in his opinion, Republicans should occupy leadership positions, or will he settle scores within the party?
CHRISTEN WELKER, Chief Correspondent NBC News at the White House: Chuck, in my opinion, there will be a little of both. According to the people I spoke with, the former president is expected to bring up the topic of impeachment, and this may be part of the speech devoted to settling scores. But, as I was told, he is also going to talk about the future of the Republican Party: how he sees it and how he sees the future of the conservative movement.
Back to what Pat said. As I was told, he (Trump.- InoTV) will try to prove that it is time to start talking about issues on which there are differences with President Biden.
He is, of course, going to focus on immigration. President Biden is taking steps to roll back Trump’s entire migration policy, so the latter will really try to focus on these issues. But whether everything will get bogged down in score-keeping is, in my opinion, a big question.
Chuck, we know that former President Trump is considering what he will do in 2022, which candidates he plans to support. I was also informed that he is considering returning to social media. But what will it look like since it has been removed from multiple platforms? Nevertheless, he clearly expects to participate in what is happening again.
Air date Feb 21, 2021.
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