The case against Trump, who is accused of inciting the uprising, will begin in the Senate in February
Donald Trump left the White House on January 20, when Joe Biden became the 46th President of the United States.
After leaving the White House, Trump traveled to Andrews Air Force Base, where he delivered his last speech as the 45th President of the United States. Later, the former US president went to Mar-e-Lago and the next day he was able to watch him play golf.
Trump has given a brief hint about his future since the end of his term.
Before the game of golf, a journalist asked Trump at the Mar-e-Lago resort in Palm Beach, Florida, what his plans were for the future. The Republican gave a short response: “We will act, but not yet,” he writes. Fox News.
This is not the only mysterious phrase about the future of the former president. In his last speech as president, Trump told his supporters, “We will return one way or another.”
Trump points out that he will not leave politics
In the aftermath of the defeat before Joe Biden, speculations arose about the political future of President Trump and the movement he represents. There was also talk of Trump breaking up a section of the Republican Party and giving birth to another political movement. At the same time, no new candidacy for the 2024 presidential election has been rejected.
Just as Congress endorsed Joe Biden’s victory, remember that President Trump was indicted by the House of Representatives a few days ago when Trump’s supporters attacked Capitol after the January 6 uprising in Capitol. “Incitement to Rebellion”. This is a historic decision, as Trump became the first president in American history to be indicted twice in a single term.
The trial will take place in the Senate in February, where senators will question Trump, who has been accused of “inciting insurgency.” Although he could not be fired because of the end of Trump’s term, the stakes are high because if he is found guilty at the end of the trial, Donald Trump could be barred from running in 2024.
Compared to the 232 won by Donald Trump, Joe Biden was voted in by the Electoral College on December 15, 2020 with 306 votes and will be the 46th President of the United States today.
Biden received 81.28 million, or 51.3% of the vote in November 2020, compared to 74.22 million (46.8%) won by Donald Trump, who never acknowledged Biden’s victory and accused him of rigging the election.