Half of Republicans are ready to join the possible new party of the ex-president of the United States Donald Trump… Should Trump leave the Republican Party and form a new political alliance, he will be followed by a huge number of his supporters. This is evidenced by a survey conducted by the University of Suffolk and USA Today. As many as 46% of right-wing Americans are already ready to drop everything and express confidence in their undisputed leader, Donald Trump. 27% of those surveyed were loyal only to Republicans, regardless of the leader. Another 27% have not yet decided on their choice.
“We feel that the Republicans are not fighting enough for us. On the contrary, we all see how Donald Trump fights for us with all his might every single day, “a small business owner from Milwaukee admitted in an interview with The Hill.
Trump has not yet revealed the details of his further political future. After being acquitted in the impeachment process, he admitted that he is ready to “make America great” again and is already starting to work on it.
Leader of the US Senate Republican Party Mitch McConnell although he acquitted Trump, he noted that the former president “has not gotten away with anything yet.”
In response to McConnell’s remarks, Trump said that Mitch was simply “a sulky politician with no intention of doing anything for the development of the United States.”
“He will never do what needs to be done or what is right for our country,” he said.
Also, Trump’s senior adviser this week Jason Miller in an interview with the American newspaper he admitted that “they will seek new support.”
“I have no idea why McConnell decided to lash out at the president in this way, but expect Donald to retaliate,” Miller said.
Donald Trump’s second impeachment was triggered by riots at the US Capitol on January 6. Trump’s lawyers admitted that the Democrats resorted to impeach the ex-head precisely in order to eliminate a strong competitor in the next presidential election.
Earlier, the American TV presenter told who is to blame for the loss of Donald Trump in the presidential elections in 2020. She spoke of a vast conspiracy of social media, Black Lives Matter activists and business leaders.
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