Trump Issues Announcement Saying Movement Will “Do Something” Shortly

(PatriotSource)- In his first comments since leaving the White House, President Donald Trump said that he is committed to doing something but hasn’t yet decided to disclose his plans.

Speaking to Rob Crilly of the Washington Examiner, the former president said, “We’ll do something, but not just yet.”

President Trump made the comment at his Trump International Golf Club in West Palm Beach, Florida, where he has spent his first days as a private citizen in four years.

After Trump gave Crilly a brief overview of his plan, an assistant reportedly ended the interview so he couldn’t reveal any more information.

The former president was seen playing golf at his Florida club on Thursday morning. The following day, he arrived for lunch at 1:20 p.m., and sat at his favorite table. The Examiner said that the president sat with his back to a window, and was dressed in a white golf shirt and a red cap.

Guests were serviced crab bisque and flank steak, and the course was reportedly quiet.

An aide said earlier that week that the former president “needs a break.”

“I think we all hope he just plays golf for a month, but he always has to be on the go,” the aide added.

It remains unclear whether President Donald Trump intends to run again in 2024. Such a move would not be unprecedented but would be likely to face resistance from establishment figures in the Republican Party. The 2016 fight to obtain the party’s nomination was bitterly fought, and in 2024, the president might face competition from a number of his own supporters within the party who feel they would better carry on his legacy as a populist Republican president.

Donald Trump has taken a small team of staff with him to Florida, that is working out of his Mar-a-Lago club.

The former president is also reportedly considering purchasing or establishing a new news media network to go head-to-head with Fox News, and has also reportedly expressed some interest in establishing a new social media platform to rival Twitter.

Whatever he ultimately decides to do – whether it’s run for president again, start a news channel, or start a social media app – it’s bound to cause a stir.