Former President Trump is reportedly planning a comeback in a big way, now that he’s been acquitted of the sham impeachment charges, and he’s coming for GOP turncoats first.
Though Trump may not be able to get his message out via social media, he can still hit the campaign trail in person — and the Washington Examiner reported that his team confirmed that’s exactly what he’s about to do.
Trump reportedly is already formulating plans to travel to at least 10 districts of House Republicans that voted to approve the impeachment charges against him — Wyoming Rep. Liz Cheney (R-WY) being at the top of the list.
He has also reportedly rallied his sons to participate in the “revenge” campaign, targeting Republicans that chose to vote against the wishes of their constituents to attempt to convict Trump.
Details of Trump’s planned rallies have yet to be announced, but if the public reaction to Trump’s surprise appearance at a President’s Day gathering in Palm Beach on Monday is any indication of how future appearances will be received, he’ll have no problem getting his message out.
Top Senate Republican Lindsey Graham (R-SC) pointed out on Sunday that despite the media and Democrats’ best efforts, Donald Trump is still the “most potent force in the Republican Party.”
Graham added that Republicans hoping for success in the 2022 and 2024 elections should keep that in mind, because repudiating Trump has clearly done them no favors with their constituents. “We can’t do it without him,” Graham concluded.