Report: Trump tells his supporters that he wants to be reinstated
Washington (News country now) – According to a New York Times reporter, former President Donald Trump reportedly stated that he expects to reinstate before August.
Maggie Haberman tweeted about the Qanon conference in Dallas over the weekend.
“Trump has been telling some people he has contacted that he expects that he will be reinstated by August (no, this is not how it works, but just sharing information),” She wrote.
Former Trump lawyer Sidney Powell told the crowd at the meeting that Trump can simply reinstate and “a new inauguration date has been set.”
Powell is Has faced a defamation lawsuit Propagating falsehoods about election theft, especially groundless theories that some sort of voting machine was manipulated.
At the same Qanon meeting, Trump’s first national security adviser, Michael Flynn, answered someone’s question about why the United States could not have a Burmese-style deadly military coup. Flynn reportedly replied: “There is no reason, my Meaning, it should happen here.”
Flynn later posted on social media, denying that he was calling for a coup.
Rep. Liz Cheney was elected to the leadership by fellow Republicans for repeatedly rejecting the former president’s allegations of election fraud Tweet Flynn’s remarks and denials: “No American should advocate or support the violent overthrow of the United States.”
The video shows that when Flynn called for a coup, cheers erupted from the crowd in Dallas.
The Constitution only provides three ways to the presidency: election and succession, passage of the 25th amendment, or impeachment. Trump is not in the succession chain because he currently does not hold a national public office, and the next presidential election will be in 2024.