With these words, the ex-president left the air once again the possibility of returning to politics, but without giving concrete details, as it is intended to run for president in the elections of 2024
The former president of U.S, Donald Trump, celebrated this Saturday, 12, his absolution in the political trial of which he was targeted in the Senate and stressed that his political movement (“Make America Great Again” or “Make America Great Again” in free translation) just “just started”. “Our historic, patriotic and beautiful movement to ‘Make America Great Again’ has just begun. In the coming months, I will have much to share with you and I hope to continue our incredible journey together to achieve American greatness for all of our people. There was never anything like it, ”Trump said in a statement.
With these words, the ex-president left the air once again the possibility of returning to politics, but without giving concrete details, as it is intended to run for president in the 2024 elections. Trump, who ruled for a term, between January 2017 and January of this year, considered the political trial part of the “biggest witch hunt” in US history. He thanked his lawyers and the Republican senators who voted to absolve him and criticized Democratic politicians who campaigned for his sentencing.
The statement did not include any criticism to the invasion, by hundreds of its supporters, to the Capitol – seat of the American Congress – on January 6, one of the most convulsive days in US history. In that action, five people died, including a police officer. Throughout the week that the trial lasted, the former agent remained in public silence. However, through advisers, he had been giving information to the press about how he was feeling throughout the process. For example, today a source linked to Trump told the television network “ABC” that the former president had been “petrified”, “astounded” and in a state of “total panic” when the Senate unexpectedly approved a Democratic subpoena proposal witnesses, something that had previously been ruled out. In the end, however, the Senate decided to back down, something that could have prolonged the trial.
* With information from EFE