Trump opens up to “continue” his administration’s agenda
Former President Donald Trump inaugurated an office “to advance the interests of the United States and to continue the agenda” of his administration, according to a statement released Monday evening.
The former president’s campaign manager, Brad Pascal, created a new email distribution system through one of his private companies for Trump’s comments because the email infrastructure for the 2020 campaign was suspended by the provider that was using, Campaign Monitor, according to two people familiar with the matter.
A host of tech platforms have removed Trump accounts or his subgroups, including those on Twitter, Facebook, Shopify, Twitch and Instagram, after Trump supporters January 6 riots at the US Capitol building, which left five people dead.
The statement by Donald J. Trump’s office was released less than an hour ago Democrats in the House will cross the United States Capitol to hand over an impeachment article to the Senate against the former president. This triggers the second impeachment trial of Trump. He is accused of instigating the crowd that stormed the Capitol as Congress was about to ratify the election results that he lost to Joe Biden.
Nucleus, a Parscale company, has created an email distribution system designed to circumvent third-party providers. One person said the goal was to prevent media companies from silencing or “canceling” Trump in the future.
The statement titled the statement indicated that the office would operate in Palm Beach, where Trump moved after leaving the White House last week. According to the statement, “the office will be responsible for managing correspondence, public statements, appearances and official activities of President Trump to promote the interests of the United States and promote the Trump administration’s agenda through advocacy, organization and activism.”
One of the people familiar with the matter said that among the first acts of advocacy was the approval of the nomination of former Trump press secretary, Sarah Huckabee Sanders, for the governor of Arkansas. She announced her application early Monday.
Also on Monday, Trump’s advisor said he has no plans to break away from the Republican Party to go after a third party.
With the help of Mark Nickett
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