Donald Trump, according to conservative radio broadcaster Wayne Allyn Root, might return to politics far sooner than thought. Root hypothesized on his show that Trump may run for Speaker of the House in the 2022 midterm elections if Republicans reclaim control of the House, as they are anticipated to accomplish. “Rather than waiting until 2024, and I hope you will run in 2024, why not run for the United States Congress in 2022?” A Florida House seat. Win a lot of money. Assist us in achieving a spectacular landslide win. Root stated, “Take the House by 50 seats.”
“Then you become House Speaker, spearhead the impeachment of Biden, and launch criminal investigations against Biden,” he said. “You’re going to annihilate him for the next two years.” Although this proposal is gaining support, there is no evidence that Trump is interested. Last month, Florida Rep. Matt Gaetz proposed that Trump become Speaker of the House if Republicans retake the House in November’s midterm elections. Gaetz told a roaring throng at a Trump event in Georgia that he wants to “fire Nancy Pelosi” and nominate Trump as House Speaker.
“America is the greatest country in the planet!” Donald J. Trump is the greatest president ever! And, if you don’t mind my saying so, Marjorie Taylor Greene is the best member in Congress,” Gaetz remarked. “Give us the authority to dismiss Nancy Pelosi, reclaim the majority, impeach Joe Biden, and I’m going to nominate Donald Trump for Speaker of the United States House of Representatives,” Gaetz added, amid thunderous applause. Gaetz isn’t the only one who thinks this way. Vernon Jones, a former Democratic Georgia state senator who is now running for a U.S. House seat as a Republican, outlined what he expects to do if elected in a Twitter post.
“On Day One in Congress, I’ll file Articles of Impeachment against both Joe Biden and Kamala Harris for violation of public trust,” he tweeted, before going on to say, “Then I’ll vote for President Trump as Speaker and encourage my colleagues to join me.” Jones, a close supporter of the former president, stated simply, “It’s time to toss away the old playbook.” Former White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows proposed the concept in November, saying that if the 45th president held the Speaker’s gavel, “people would go insane.” According to the Constitution, the House Speaker does not have to be an elected member of Congress.
Meadows argued on Steve Bannon’s podcast The War Room that if Republicans reclaim control of the House in the 2022 midterm elections, Trump should be installed as Speaker. “I’d love to see Nancy Pelosi’s gavel pass to Donald Trump; talk about a meltdown; people would go insane,” Meadows added. And it was Bannon, not Meadows, who suggested it several months before Meadows. Bannon told a gathering of Boston Republicans that Trump will come roaring back to cement his position as the Republican Party’s leader.
Steve Bannon, a former White House strategist, has made a bold prediction ahead of the 2024 presidential election. Bannon told a gathering of Boston Republicans that Trump will come roaring back to cement his position as the Republican Party’s leader. “We can make the Republican Party more of a MAGA movement in the future… “If we just integrate the (Make America Great Again) movement with the Republican Party, we’ll have enormous successes in the future,” Bannon said.
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Bannon even suggested the possibility of Trump becoming a member of Congress, becoming Speaker of the House in 2022, and then impeaching Joe Biden during his speech to the West Roxbury Ward 20 Republican Committee. “Trump is a disruptor, but he has a long-term vision,” Bannon later continued. “I definitely think in my bones that he will be our nominee in 2024.” “He’ll return to us.” In 2022, we’ll have a landslide win, and he’ll be our leader in 2024.” “We get rid of Nancy Pelosi completely, and President Trump’s first act as speaker will be to impeach Joe Biden for his illegal acts in stealing the presidency,” Bannon said.
During his speech, he emphasized that politics should no longer be viewed as a battle between Republicans and Democrats. “It’s between populists, nationalists, and traditionalists versus these types of globalists, elites, and secular radicals,” Bannon said, adding, “This is what I believe the movement’s future is… We’re going to see a significant number of disgruntled Democrats defect.” Because of Biden’s administration’s “radicalism,” Lou Murray, the leader of the West Roxbury Ward 20 Republican Committee, predicts that “more traditionally-minded Democrats” would abandon the party.
“I completely agree,” Murray remarked, adding later, “The Trump brand isn’t over.” Donald Trump’s MAGA, America First slogan is incredibly popular, and it will continue to be highly popular.” Trump and Bannon spoke on the phone multiple times in the days leading up to his departure from the White House, putting their disagreements aside after Bannon was sacked from the government in 2017. Before leaving office, Trump spoke with Bannon on the phone several times, seeking advice on how to change the 2020 election results.
“Sources tell me that Trump has talked with Steve Bannon on the phone many times in recent weeks to seek counsel on his campaign to reverse his re-election failure, reconnecting with his once-estranged ex-White House strategist,” Jennifer Jacobs, a Bloomberg News reporter, reported at the time. “According to many sources, Trump and Bannon have been conversing on a regular basis. “They’ve been in contact for WEEKS now, mending up an earlier feud as Trump sought advise from anybody prepared to help him overcome his electoral loss,” she added.
“We can make the Republican Party more of a MAGA movement in the future… “If we just integrate the (Make America Great Again) movement with the Republican Party, we’ll have enormous successes in the future,” Bannon said. Former White House strategist Steve Bannon even suggested that Trump run for Congress, become Speaker of the House in 2022, and then impeach Biden during his speech to the West Roxbury Ward 20 Republican Committee.
“Trump is a disruptor, but he has a long-term vision,” Bannon said during his address, “because I firmly think in the marrow of my bones that he will be our nominee in 2024.” “He’ll return to us.” In 2022, we’ll have a landslide win, and he’ll be our leader in 2024.” “We completely depose Nancy Pelosi, and President Trump’s first act as speaker will be to impeach Joe Biden for his illegitimate acts in stealing the presidency,” Bannon continued.