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BREAKING: Donald Trump Reveals’ Former President’s Office’ Commitments to ‘Pass out Trum’s Agenda’



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The Office of the Former President, staffed by former White House aides to President Trump, was confirmed today by President Donald J. Trump. Trump will continue to advocate for his America First policy using the Bureau, according to a tweet from the Office of the Former President.

“Today, the Office of the Former President was formally opened by the 45th President of the United States, Donald J. Trump,” the announcement began.

“The Office will be responsible for managing the correspondence, public statements, appearances, and official activities of President Trump to advance the interests of the United States and through advocacy, organising, and public activism to carry on the agenda of the Trump Administration.”


The declaration states, “President Trump will always and forever be a champion for the American People.”

CNN White House Reporter Kaitlan Collins noted that the Office will be “run by former White House aides” and will work from “Palm Beach, Florida.”

Trump has also established the “Office of the Former President,” which is managed by former White House aides from Palm Beach, Florida, which “will be responsible for managing President Trump’s correspondence, public statements, appearances, and official activities”

There was a lot of talk about whether President Trump would return to the political scene, why, and how.

When he broke his uncharacteristic post-presidency silence to support Kelli Ward’s reelection bid to secure a second term as the Arizona Republican Party Chairwoman, several questions appeared to be resolved.

Ward’s reelection was a triumph after President Trump’s endorsement. With another Trump ally winning 48.5 percent, she earned 51.5 percent of the vote.

It’s such a blessing to have the absolute & full endorsement of President Donald Trump as I prepare for re-election as @AZGOP Chairwoman! #Humbled #Blessed #AmericaFirst

Former Trump adviser Jason Miller seems to have foreshadowed this move, suggesting that President Trump would use his time out of office to fight for electoral legitimacy around the nation, and would use his dynamic leverage to vote for candidates eager to implement his platform.

It should also be remembered that there is a resemblance between the Office of the Former President founded today by President Trump and the fictitious Office of the President-Elect that Joe Biden appeared to serve during the two-month timeframe during which President Trump contested the 2020 election. Conservatives widely ridiculed Biden’s fictitious workplace.

If President Trump is contemplating a return to national politics in 2024 remains uncertain.

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