A car carrying former President Donald Trump suddenly passed a group of people near the Mar-a-Lago resort in Florida, and he acknowledged and appreciated their support.
Video source: WPEC CBS12 News
The February 15 incident took place two days after Mr. Trump was acquitted by the Senate during the second impeachment trial. According to The Hill, hundreds of Trump supporters held a march near the Palm Beach resort. to celebrate President’s Day and Trump’s acquittal.
The recorded images showed crowds gathering along a large road several kilometers from Mar-a-Lgo. Many people hold signs, carry American flags, wear hats and wear Trump. They were surprised and delighted to see the convoy driving him past.
|Photo: The Palm Beach Post / AP|
Talking to WPEC news agency, a man named Tara Crete expressed his belief that Mr. Trump’s political career is far from over.
“One hundred percent is No. It’s just getting started. We just woke up. You know, what we believe in is good for everyone. We believe even followers liberalism, atheists, who don’t even love this country, that would be good for them, because whoever we are we want freedom. what President Trump defended “.
After being acquitted by the Senate on Feb. 13, Mr Trump is preparing for his post-White House life. However, he faced many political and legal challenges when the Democrats announced an independent commission to investigate the Capitol Hill riots. Federal prosecutors will conduct a separate assessment whether legal action can be taken against the former President, on his role in the riot that killed five people.
So far, Mr. Trump has not flinched from the aforementioned legal challenges, even hinting at the possibility of running for president again in 2024.
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