Donald Trump has opened an office in Florida, through which he will serve as the former president and advance his administration’s agenda.
“The office will be responsible for handling President Trump’s correspondence, his public statements, organizing speeches and official activities to advance the interests of the United States and fulfill the Trump administration’s agenda through outreach, organizational and community activities,” the statement said.
The announcement came on the same day that the House of Representatives sent an article of impeachment to the Senate accusing Trump of instigating mutiny in his address to supporters ahead of the January 6 Capitol attack.
The case is expected to begin in the Senate on February 9.
In a farewell address on his last day in office, Trump told his supporters, “We’ll be back – in one form or another.”
He did not appear in public after arriving at his private residence Mar-a-Lago in Florida that day.