According to the Sunday Times and the Russian Sputnik News Agency, Jason Miller, a senior assistant to former U.S. President Trump, said in an interview on the 6th that Trump is enjoying his “retirement life” now, he is happier than ever before, and happy that he does not need to be besieged by the media.
Miller also said that he suspected that Trump would not be convicted in the impeachment case of Trump.
Miller also talked about the upcoming impeachment trial last week, according to the report, saying: “He [Trump] will be acquitted.
He would not be convicted in any of the circumstances, so there was no pressure at all.”
On the day of Trump’s departure from office on the 20th, he flew to his Mar-a-Lago in Florida.
“Trump left the White House in a good mood and enjoyed his time with his family,” Miller said.
Previously, Trump was banned accounts by Twitter, Facebook, YouTube and other social platforms because of his remarks inciting congressional riots.
After the Capitol riots on January 6, Twitter, Facebook and YouTube blocked Trump’s accounts.
On January 13, the U.S. House of Representatives voted to pass an impeachment clause accusing Trump of “sedition”, becoming the first president in American history to be impeached by the House twice.
The Senate is scheduled to start hearing Trump’s impeachment case on the 9th of this month.