The outgoing President of the United States, Donald Trump, does not want to talk about what will happen after he leaves the White House in just over a month.
This is what the sources of the news agency Reuters say.
Trump's term ends on January 20th.
The White House crowd is now looking for new jobs, and the president’s wife, Melania Trump, has been seen looking for a new school for Florida for the couple’s son, Barron.
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According to Reuters sources, Trump knows he has lost, although he still refuses to admit his loss.
The president has retired to his office in the Oval Office, which a former White House employee describes to Reuters as a “presidential men’s cave”.
- He does not want any discussion about what he will do after leaving the building, says a source who remains anonymous to Reuters.
- As long as he's president, he wants to be president.
Vice President Mike Pence, White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows and other advisors will keep Trump informed about, among other things, the distribution of the coronary vaccine and the negotiations on the stimulus package.
However, according to Reuters, Trump has not been significantly involved in dealing with a large-scale cyber attack on the country’s government, for example.
Nor has Trump just made any trips or other public appearances.
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Instead, Trump continues to encourage his campaign team to continue the struggle for the White House and discuss the strategy with his aides.
He is said to be constantly talking on the phone with his attorney, Rudy Giulian.
According to Reuters, Trump has previously joked about the idea of announcing his departure for the 2024 presidential election to divert attention from Biden.
However, Trump has only been advised to hint at a possible candidacy, as a presidential candidacy could bring him too much attention.
If Trump were to say he was running again, Democrats would step up his actions even more carefully.
Trump has also been the subject of several preliminary investigations and criminal investigations, and several civil lawsuits have been filed against him.
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