“Laura Trump and John Pence resigned from the AMMC board in October 2019 to focus solely on their campaign activities, however, there is no ethical or legal reason why they could not initially serve on the board,” Tim Murdoch said. Mr Trump’s spokesman. “John and Laura were not compensated by AMMC for serving as team members.”
Mr. According to Trump, the quarter billion dollars he and his party have raised over six weeks is enough to pay for all of his remaining campaign bills, finance his fruitless legal challenges, and leave millions more.
However, Mr. Trump’s plans are very fluid. Joseph R. His refusal to accept Biden Jr.’s victory has hampered internal political planning, with aides saying some in his circle of advisers are reluctant to even approach him about setting up an action plan for 2021 and beyond.
Mr. Those who have spoken to Trump say he has shrunk and is on his job; This detachment is reflected in a Twitter feed that stubbornly focuses more on fraud allegations than the number of people who die from the raging epidemic.
Mr. Trump has talked about running again in 2024 – but he shouldn’t either. He has created this new PAC, but those involved in the debate said a different political entity might still be in operation. Mr. Biden’s opening ceremony is a clear event or talk of counter – programming with his own announcement is currently on hold.
Mr. Trump is scheduled to travel to Georgia on Saturday, a senior Republican official, to support two Republicans in the Senate race there. But he is still angry at the state Republican governor and secretary of state for accepting the election result and does not want to travel. There are some discussions about where he will go after the Christmas holidays, but it is not clear if he will be in the biggest mood by then.
But while he has expressed indifference to the Georgia races, the Trump political machine has been using grass-roots energy and enthusiasm over the two runs to sap its own fundraising. Although no funds went directly to the Republican senator on the ballot, email and text requests prompted Trump supporters to donate to the “Georgia election fund.” Some Senate GOP strategists are annoyed.