Trump sets up post-presidency office in Florida

Tanya Simon
January 26, 2021

A pair of insulting banners flew over Mar-a-Lago in Palm Beach, Sunday, directed at former President Donald Trump.

Trump's legacy as president was set in stone as the last few weeks of his time in office found him being impeached for a second time after he reportedly incited riots on the U.S. Capitol.

The former president has been suspended permanently from Twitter and banned or restricted by other major social media platforms following the January 6 riot of the U.S. Capitol.

The statement revealed the new office "will be responsible for managing President Trump's correspondence, public statements, appearances, and official activities" - a clear sign the 74-year-old isn't planning on quietly retiring from public life.

A banner with the words "Trump worst President ever" was reportedly flown by a plane near the former USA leader's Mar-a-Lago resort in Florida, according to a media report.

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But now that Trump has returned to Florida he's reportedly received a cold reception, with several Mar-a-Lago members reportedly leaving the club due to the controversy surrounding his administration.

Last Wednesday, while the country celebrated the Inauguration of Joe Biden, the outgoing president and his wife Melania took their last flight aboard Air Force One.

After the defeat, the Trump family settled in Florida. Although Trump is no longer president, the Senate could still convict him and vote to ban him from ever running for office again.

"I will contribute. I want these flying over his golf course every single weekend and day he is golfing. we can come up with new messages daily". Trump is readying an impeachment defense team for next month " s Senate trial, though he has not commented on it publicly.

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