“Just the News AM” recently spoke to Trump adviser Jason Miller and got some details on what former President Donald Trump’s next moves are. Trump has not mentioned whether or not he will run for president in 2024 yet, but it doesn’t appear that it has been ruled out.
As we speak, Congressional Democrats are trying to impeach Donald Trump despite him being out of the White House. They believe that somehow Trump incited the mob that stormed the U.S. Capitol on January 6th, and think he should never be allowed to run for president again.
While it’s clear that Democrats would not want Trump back, this causes us to speculate that the Democrats must think he has an actual chance of winning again, or they may not be putting all this effort forth, which is an interesting possibility.
Meanwhile, in the face of reports that a possible new party could rise from the ashes of the 2020 presidential election dumpster fire, it appears that at least coming from the Trump camp, that idea is on hold for now. Trump wants Republicans to win back power in 2022 via the House and Senate, and believes there needs to be election integrity action, but that it won’t come from Washington D.C.
Meanwhile, many 2016 Trump supporters and right-wing pundits are speculating about what comes after Trump if he doesn’t run in 2024. There is also broad agreement that if Trump does run again he needs to drop the baggage that comes with the influence from left-leaning allies like Jared Kushner.
Some even don’t think Turning Point USA and Charlie Kirk have entirely been a force for good with the amount of influence they have had over the Trump administration, but other Republicans may disagree. This would all matter which faction of the right you are a part of basically.
Town Hall reported in part about the conversation with Miller:
Just one day after boarding Air Force One with the Trump family on their venture from Washington, D.C. to Mar-a-Lago, Miller told “Just the News AM” that the former president has a couple of goals over the next few years, including “winning back the House and the Senate for Republicans in 2022 to make sure that we can stop the Democratic craziness.”
“You’re also going to see him emerge as the nation’s leader on ballot and voting integrity,” he said.
According to Miller, Trump wants to focus on voter integrity but that work will never take place in Washington, D.C. because Democrats don’t believe there is a threat to America’s elections. Instead, Trump is likely to work with individual states and state legislatures to create reforms.
“As we saw, an important thing to keep in mind, so much of our debate between the election and up until a couple weeks ago was over these Article 2 abuses and the Constitution, where only the state legislatures can actually go and set” the rules for mail-in voting, Miller explained.
“This is something we’re going to start ramping up, not immediately. We’ll give them a little bit of a transition period but this is critical and we have to do it,” he said.
The reporting went on:
“A number of things could be done legislatively but I think President Trump also looks at Capitol Hill and realizes Democrats are in charge of both the House and the Senate and, quite frankly though, even if we had Republicans controlling much of this, they might go to block some of these things. We see how the D.C. insiders are just slow to move,” he explained. “I mean, how many years did Republicans sit there and do nothing about Section 230 abuses? How many years did Republicans sit there on Capitol Hill, even though we had both the House and the Senate, and never did anything about the spying and cheating that we saw from President Obama and his administration, everything he did in the transition in 2016 when Joe Biden was screaming, ‘Logan Act’ and all the abuses we saw Susan Rice and all the other things. Republicans never got to the bottom of that.”
The Republican party and various factions on the right now have lots of time to plan and scheme about what comes next. Will right-wing populism rise? Will big business continue to dominate both parties?
There was a time when both parties were for immigration, and the right was all about only “legal” immigration, while the left, wasn’t so much concerned with illegal immigration as the right. Now, many on the right are concerned with both legal and illegal immigration, from a standpoint of how they vote, how they assimilate, and potentially if too much immigration costs Americans high paying jobs.
The left meanwhile, often doesn’t argue the merits of the conversation at all, but rather seems to prefer to hurl bigotry and racism accusations more often than not to bolster their arguments. Accusations of racism seem to be the go-to for leftists even when there is little to no evidence of any actual racism with a particular policy view or stance in our view.
If the right wants to win going forward they will need to figure out what they want and decide if they’re going to be America First, or more of a Libertarian, Reagan type party that is somewhat of a “Democrat Light” situation.
Much is sure to come from the Trump camp as time passes, and we will soon find out if he is able to get his account back on Facebook as the issue has been punted to the Facebook “Supreme Court” by Mark Zuckerberg. Meanwhile, it’s unlikely Donald Trump will return to Twitter anytime soon, if at all.
One this is also for sure, whatever happens with Trump in the future, he clearly set the nation’s political conversation on the right on a different course. Now we wait to see who wins the current power struggle. Stay tuned for more from Media Right News.
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