On Monday, Maggie Haberman, a New York Times reporter, said that Donald Trump has suggested a scenario, in which he would be reinstated as president.
On Twitter, she said that the former president has told a number of people that he expects to be reinstated by August. The reporter noted that these remarks come, following his possible indictment from the investigation into his business by Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance Jr.
Trump Dwells on the 2020 Election
Additionally, Haberman claimed that the former president still dwells on the 2020 Election results. This saw Joe Biden take on the presidency.
The reporter claims that Trump doesn’t release statements about “audits” in states just because he wanted to. It seems the former president remains “laser-focused on them,” according to people who’ve been in contact with the former president.
According to The Inquisitr, Trump seems to be having a difficult time adjusting to life outside the White House.
More People Recognize the Possibility of Trump Becoming President Again
As per Forbes, the idea of Trump becoming president again has started to gain the attention of his followers.
According to the news outlet, Sidney Powell, a former Trump election lawyer, claimed during her appearance at the For God And Country Patriot Roundup on Saturday that the ex-President may return to power
During the same event, Michael Flynn, Trump’s former national security adviser, appeared to favor a “Myanmar-style coup” that could return the former president to the White House. Although he later took back these comments.
Supporters Believed Trump Would Be Reinstated on March 4
A number of Trump supporters believed that the former president would return to power on March 4.
According to the BBC, this idea seems to have come from a belief among QAnon followers. They thought that the U.S. turned into a corporation after the District of Columbia Organic Act of 1971 passed.
As The Inquisitr reported, Biden taking power caused controversial QAnon conspiracy followers to look for answers. They seem to have been hoping for a future with the former president following his defeat.
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