“Politically hurt, banned on social media, and basically unpopular in his lifelong hometown of New York City…” In the eyes of the American media, where can the “hurt” Trump go to “cure”? ” The Washington Post’s report on the 16th pointed to a “ideal place” – Florida. C
ombined with the media and the report of the Daily Beast, outgoing Trump will go to Florida to live. He also “fantasizes” about building a $2 billion presidential library and museum in Florida. However, there are voices who believe that it is difficult for Trump to raise the money after the congressional riots.
Trump will leave Washington this week to move to Mar-a-Lago in Palm Beach, Florida, “plans to live in an alternate reality full of worship and affirmation,” The Washington Post said: “The defeated president will live in his luxurious Mar-a-a-a-Manage Club, paying membership whenever he eats or party on the deck.
Everyone will applaud him. He certainly feels the same celebration whenever he plays at two Trump-branded stadiums nearby.”
Not only that, reports say Trump aides are talking about building a presidential library and museum in Florida and the possibility of a “family dynasty” being born – if his children (Trump Jr. or Ivanka) will one day run for political office.
The Beast Daily summarized the Washington Post’s report that Trump told his supporters and donors that he hoped to raise $2 billion for the construction of a presidential library and museum in Florida and envisaged management by Dan Scavino, who served as his deputy chief of staff.
The report said that the amount would far exceed the cost of other presidential libraries, but Trump reportedly believed that he could raise the money through small donations from grassroots supporters.
However, some former aides of Trump believe that it is difficult for Trump to raise the money after the January 6 congressional riots scandal.
Florida is one of the two major “battleground states” won by Trump’s election. The Washington Post said in a tentious way that Trump, who is about to go to Florida, will also live in a veritable place of “Make America Great Again” (MAGA).
And South Florida has quickly become a gathering place for right-wing power and media figures, and some of Trump’s adult children are planning to move to the region.
The Beast Daily also said that Trump plans to leave the capital Washington, D.C., before Biden’s inauguration and go to his new permanent residence in Florida, and that he does not intend to attend Biden’s inauguration.