‘We’ll do something’: Trump offers first remarks since leaving office

‘We’ll do something’: Trump offers first remarks since leaving office

Former
President

Donald
Trump
was
mysterious
about
his
future
plans
in
his
first
public
remarks
since
leaving
the

White
House
earlier
this
week,
but
he
suggested
action
is
in
the
works, according
to
a
report.

The
former
president
was
asked
to
comment
on
his
next
step
as
he
sat
down
for
dinner
at
the
Trump
International
Golf
Club
in
Palm
Beach,
Florida.
Trump
gave
a
short
response
before
one
of
his
aides
told
the

Washington
Examiner
reporter
to
leave.

“We’ll
do
something,
but
not
just
yet,”
Trump
said.

Trump
arrived
at
his
Mar-a-Lago
resort
on
Wednesday
morning
shortly
before
President
Biden
was
inaugurated
and
was
spotted
golfing
at
his
club
the
following
day.
So
far,
Trump
has
given
little
indication
about
what
he
plans
to
do
following
his
term
in
office.

Democratic
lawmakers
have
moved
forward
impeachment
proceedings
over
Trump’s
role
in
the
Jan.
6
riot
at
the
Capitol.
Senate
Majority
Leader
Chuck
Schumer,
D-NY,
announced
the
preliminary
schedule
for
Trump’s
trial
on
Friday
evening,
days
after
House
lawmakers
voted
to
impeach
the
former
president
on
a
single
count
of
incitement
of
insurrection.

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Trial
participants
will
be
sworn
in
on
Jan.
26.
At
that
point,
legal
teams
for
both
sides
will
begin
preparing
briefs
and
arguments
for
the
case.
Trial
proceedings
will
begin
the
week
of
Feb.
8.

If
the
Senate
votes
to
convict
Trump
on
the
impeachment
charge,
he
could
then
be
barred
from
running
for
office
again
in
the
future,
dashing
hopes
from
his
supporters
for
a
2024
presidential
bid.

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