Trump said seven words before he left Washington, D.C. that Joe Biden did not want to hear
Wednesday was the last day of Donald Trump’s term in office.
But it didn’t end the way anyone expected.
And that’s because Donald Trump said seven words before he left Washington, D.C. that Joe Biden did not want to hear.
Before President Trump departed Washington, D.C. for the last time as President, he spoke to a cheering crowd of supporters at Andrews Air Force Base.
At the end of his remarks, the President noted that the country’s future was bright and that his administration laid the groundwork for the next administration to have success if they follow Trump’s blueprint.
“The future of this country has never been better,” Trump declared. “I wish the new administration great luck and great success. I think they’ll have great success. They have the foundation to do something really spectacular.”
But while President Trump said goodbye to his supporters, he did promise a return.
“Goodbye, we love you, we will be back in some form,” Trump added.
There is some speculation that Donald Trump will run for President again in 2024.
If Trump does not mount a comeback 2024 bid, he could very well play the role of kingmaker in the Republican Party in the 2024 nominating contest.
But Trump may also have revenge on his mind if RINO Republicans vote to convict him on the Democrats’ sham article of impeachment.
The Wall Street Journal reported that President Trump floated the idea of forming a third party to challenge RINO Republicans.
Still others believe that Donald Trump will form his own media company and start the much talked about “Trump TV”.
No one knows exactly which path Trump will choose.
But regardless, Trump will play an influential role in American politics and life.