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Are you fired up about this?
I know I am! The 45th President of The United States is GOING to be a permanent fixture in The GOP from now on, as a donor, a kingmaker, perhaps a senator, and maybe even the 2024 nominee!
We have been bringing everyone reports about how Trump isn’t done with The GOP, but this time it is a really official signal.
At this point I really couldn’t care less if he is in the white house or not……
Donald J Trump is a political movement; he is not just a man or a President, and it just goes to show that someone can do a lot of good in office, or out of office.
Take a look:
Donald Trump has confirmed his attendance at the Republican National Committee’s upcoming spring donor retreat, as the former president reemerges following his departure from the White House.
The private retreat is slated to take place April 9-11 in Palm Beach, Fla. Trump’s expected attendance at the event, which is expected to draw an array of major GOP givers, was confirmed by two people familiar with his plans. Republican officials declined to specify where the event is being held, but they said it would not be at Trump’s nearby Mar-a-Lago estate, where the former president has been staying.
CBS reported almost a month ago:
The Republican National Committee is planning to invite former President Trump to their spring donor meeting in April, two sources confirmed to CBS News. The news comes as the RNC tries to figure out its post-Trump future and amid his polarizing impeachment and the loss of two high-profile Senate seats in Georgia, throwing the Senate majority to the Democrats.
Despite the turmoil within the party, RNC chair Ronna McDaniel, an ally of Mr. Trump's, was unanimously reelected earlier this month.
Mr. Trump has not yet made a public appearance since he left office on January 20. McDaniel told The Washington Post on Thursday that Mr. Trump's role post-presidency "is going to be up to him in a lot of ways."