DONALD Trump has been lying low since he departed from the White House.
However, the former president has entertained the idea that he is plotting to run for office in 2024, though he has yet to confirm his candidacy.
Where is Donald Trump today?
Former President Trump announced he may return to the presidential race in a statement issued by his spokesperson Liz Harrington on Twitter.
“A very interesting time in our Country, but do not worry, we will be great again – and we will all do it together,” the former president said in a statement on Thanksgiving day.
“America will never fail, and we will never allow it to go in the wrong direction. Too many generations of greatness are counting on us. Enjoy your Thanksgiving knowing that a wonderful future lies ahead!” he added.
The statement played off Trump’s 2016 presidential campaign slogan, “Make America Great Again,” fueling speculation that he may return to politics again.
Donald Trump timeline
- November 25: Trump teases a return at a presidential run in a Thanksgiving message
- November 24: Trump invites Kyle Rittenhouse to Mar-A-Lago
- October 30: Trump attends game four of the 2021 MLB World Series
- October 24: Trump called the late John McCain a RINO (Republican In Name Only) and said he was the reason McCain had “the world’s longest funeral,” adding, “though I was never, to put it mildly, a fan.”
- October 22: Trump released a statement on Meghan McCain.
- October 20: The group Anonymous, gained access and hacked Truth Social hours after the platform was announced
- October 20: Trump announced the release of his new social media platform Truth Social
- October 18: Trump appears in New York City for a video deposition regarding a 2015 case brought forward by protestors.
- October 9: Trump holds a rally at the Iowa State Fairground where tens of thousands of people are expected to attend.
- September 11: Trump visited the New York Police Department’s 17th precinct in Manhattan and opted out of touring Ground Zero. Later that evening, Donny and Don Jr. called the Evander Holyfield vs. Vitor Belfort fight in Florida.
- September 9: Trump endorses Harriet Hageman in GOP primary against Liz Cheney
- September 7: Donny’s smooth appearance in a new photo has some asking if it’s a fake, as it adds to rumors he’s gearing up for a 2024 reelection run with a slimmer look.
- September 3: Trump has claimed “something’s wrong with Joe Biden” after saying the president “wouldn’t pass a cognitive test the way he did.”
- August 23: Donny was booed by his own fans at his Alabama rally for telling them to get vaccinated after slamming “woke” culture.
- August 17: Trump blasts Joe Biden’s handling of Afghanistan on Fox’s Sean Hannity program.
- July 24: Trump spoke at the “Rally to Protect Our Elections” event hosted by Turning Point Action in Phoenix, Arizona
- July 15: The former president released a statement slamming House Speaker Nancy Pelosi as a “known nut job” over claims she feared he would launch nuclear weapons in his final days in office.
- July 13: In a statement, Trump trolled President Biden and called his Philadelphia trip a “joke”.
- July 10: Donny attended UFC 264 in Las Vegas to watch Conor McGregor take on Dustin Poirier.
- July 7: Trump announced at Bedminster golf club at 11am ET that he was suing the big tech companies such as Twitter, Facebook and Google for allegedly violating his first amendment rights.
- July 3: Trump holds a rally for his supporters in Sarasota, Florida, sponsored by Save America.
- July 1: Trump’s team promotes the launch of GETTR, a conservative social media platform
- June 27: Donny slammed Biden as a “complete and total catastrophe,” as he once again teased a bid to retake the White House in 2024 while speaking to MAGA supporters at the Lorain County Fairgrounds in Wellington, Ohio.
- June 25: In an interview with The Rubin Report, Trump said he made a bet that Harris would go to the border after he announced his trip.
- June 23: Trump trolls VP Kamala Harris after announcing a visit to the US-Mexico border, saying she is only visiting the border because he announced his own trip.
- June 21: In a short Father’s Day statement, Donny ripped his political opponents as the “losers of the world, radical left, and RINOs.”
- June 18: In an op-ed published, Trump slammed Biden’s administration for “brainwashing” kids as he called for a “pro-American education” and a ban on critical race theory.
- June 16: Donny appeared on Fox’s Hannity and appeared to publicly acknowledged that he “didn’t win” last year’s presidential election.
- June 15: Trump announces that he’ll be visiting the US-Mexico border on June 30 alongside Texas Governor Greg Abbott.
- June 14: Donny turns 75, as he celebrates his birthday by blasting the 2020 election “scam” and fuming at Republicans for going against him
- June 12:In a written statement and lively address to the Frank Speech Rally in Wisconsin, Trump blasted his critics for “admitting” he was right “about everything they lied about before the election,” including the Covid Wuhan lab leak.
- June 11: In a statement released by the former president on Friday, Trump teased he’s working on an “important project” and claims that he “turned down two book deals.”
- June 10: Trump slammed the Biden administration for his handling of the Mexico border crisis, describing the situation as “worse than ever before” in a statement.
- June 9: In a statement, Trump applauded Nigeria for banning Twitter in the country and expressed remorse for not thinking of doing the same – but said he’ll get another chance in a potential 2024 run.
- June 7: Donny appeared on Fox Business and said he would consider GOP-favorite Ron DeSantis as his VP should he run again in 2024.
- June 5: Trump spoke at the North Carolina Republican Party convention and claimed America is backsliding under President Biden.
- June 2: Less than a month after the launch of his new communications website, From The Desk of Donald J Trump permanently shut down.
- May 24: The former president was a guest on conservative Dan Bongino’s new radio show, The Dan Bongino Show.
- May 19: Trump blasted New York Attorney General Letitia James’ investigation of the Trump Organization as a “witch hunt” against him
- May 4: Trump launches his new communications website, From the Desk of Donald J Trump, as a way to stay in touch with his supporters.
- April 11: Trump rips former Vice President Mike Pence and Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell at an invitation-only speech at Mar-a-Lago.
- March 16: During an interview with Fox News, Trump said he would decide on whether to make another run for the White House after the congressional election in November 2022.
- March 10: The former president returned to New York City for the first time since leaving the White House to catch up on his business enterprise.
- February 15: Trump, while at his Mar-a-Lago beach resort, celebrated the final vote of his second impeachment, offering a few clues on his future by telling his supports their movement “has only just begun.”
- February 13: Trump’s second impeachment trial ended as the Senate found the former president not guilty of “incitement of insurrection,” alleging that he incited the January 6 storming of the US Capitol.
- January 20: Trump exited the White House for the last time as president of the United States.
- January 19: Trump pardons 140 people in a last-minute pardon blitz.
- January 18: Reports indicated that Trump was starting to move into Mar-a-Lago as trucks were seen outside the Florida resort ahead of the inauguration.
- January 17: Trump rejected Rudy Giuliani’s claim he’s working on the president’s impeachment defense after the lawyer said he’d argue his voter fraud case in the Senate.
- January 16: Trump was reportedly plotting revenge against the ten Republicans who voted to impeach him.
- January 15: Trump reportedly plans to leave the White House on the morning of Biden’s inauguration after debating on leaving the day before
- January 14: Rumors swirl that Trump is starting to move out of the White House after photos showed boxes being taken out of the West Wing
- January 13: The House votes to impeach Trump a second time, making him the first president in US history to be impeached twice
- January 12: Rumors have begun spreading suggesting that Trump could declare martial law in an attempt to overturn his valid election loss
- January 11: House Speaker Nancy Pelosi introduces a single article of impeachment charging Trump with “incitement to insurrection.”
What is TRUTH Social?
On October 20, 2021, Trump announced the launch of TRUTH Social, his own social media platform.
“We live in a world where the Taliban has a huge presence on Twitter, yet your favorite American president has been silenced,” Trump said in a statement regarding his social media ban that was put into place following the January 6 Capitol Riots.
TRUTH Social is set to “stand up to the tyranny of Big Tech.”
While it still remains unclear what the social media platform will look like, the beta launch is set to take place in November with a nationwide rollout expected in 2022.
How many times has Trump been impeached?
On December 18, 2019, an action on impeachment was initiated when the House of Representatives approved articles of impeachment on charges of abuse of power and obstruction of Congress.
They pointed to Trump pressuring Ukraine to investigate 2020 political rival Biden while withholding as leverage military aid, as well as attempting to block a House investigation.
Democrats in the House of Representatives voted to impeach Trump for a second time after the events at the US Capitol on January 6, 2021.
Trump is the first president in US history to be impeached twice after the House charged him with “incitement of insurrection” over the US Capitol siege on January 13, 2021.
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