As much as the media want this to be his end, this may well just be the end of the beginning.
A Report in the Wall Street Journal claims that President Trump is considering starting his own political party and calling it the ‘Patriot Party’.
The Journal claims that Trump has discussed the idea with aides, who leaked the details. As some in the Republican Party turn their back on Trump, he is thinking about ditching the Republican party, following what he believes is a lack of support from GOP leaders including Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell.
Reports have also claimed that members of Trump’s own cabinet, including VP Mike Pence, are choosing to attend Joe Biden’s inauguration over Trump’s scheduled military-style send off event later today at Joint Base Andrews.
In his farewell address, Trump told supporters that the “movement we started is just beginning.” adding “Together with millions of hardworking patriots across this land, we built the greatest political movement in the history of our country,”
In his speech he talks about his achievements; including the US economy being the best for 60 years; record low unemployment; record high 401Ks; bringing to book many organisations like the EU, World Health Organisation and withdrawing from the disastrous Climate Agreement. President Trump also talks about how he leaves the world a less dangerous or hostile place with his defeat of Isis, peace talks with North Korea and the fact that, unlike any president since World War 2, never started a war or took US troops into a new conflict, on the contrary, bringing troops home.
What he does not mention in his speech is the stolen election or how the evidence that was there, clear for all to see, was never explained, or that the incoming president is a manchurian candidate, placed there by a deep state and corrupt media.
Anyone who thinks that the appointing of Joe Biden was orchestrated freely and fairly only needs to look at Washington DC today, where 25,000 National Guard Troops circle the state buildings looking far more like the installation of a dictator, than a President of the United States.