Report: Trump’s advisers told him that reporters would no longer follow him around: Report
- Former President Donald Trump asked reporters to cover an event he was hosting.
- The advisers had to explain to him why he couldn’t call on a media pool for his events.
- Advisers located reporters who were working in the vicinity of the event. Washington Post reported.
Former President Donald Trump’s advisers and aides said that he had difficulty transitioning from the White House into private life. according to a new report from the Washington Post.
According to the Post, one example of this was when Trump wanted his team to call on a press pool — reporters who travel with presidents — for an event at Mar-a-Lago. Trump was not allowed to have this conversation, so advisers had to inform him.
“We had to explain that he didn’t have a group waiting for him anymore,” a former aide told The Washington Post.
Two sources said to the Post that advisers pulled reporters who were in Mar-a-Lago because of other reasons.
Trump was unhappy with his life after Trump’s departure from office. He was frustrated by the reduced number of Secret Service agents, no access Air Force One, and very little press coverage. This was according to four unnamed advisers who told the Post.
Trump has spent most his post-presidency living alone at Mar-a-Lago. He played golf six days per week and used dinner at Mar-a-Lago to enjoy the attention of admiring supporters who applauded him as he entered and exited the dining room.
According to an aide, he gets the praise he deserves from his guests at his Palm Beach, Florida and Bedminster New Jersey clubs. This is how he got the attention he was used to as president.
According to a Trump confidant, “The appetite for attention isn’t diminishing, but that’s where it’s at now,” the Washington Post reported.”The networks don’t carry his rallies. He doesn’t get interviews anymore. He can’t stand on the wings of Air Force One or gaggle. [with reporters]”For an hour.”
According to the Post, he also spent less time being challenged or listening to opposition from fellow journalists, political opponents, and independent journalists.
Trump is now seeking a second term in the White House. On November 24, he announced his bid for president in 2024. In the meantime, he continues his face. mounting legal political challenges.
The January 6 committee investigating Trump’s role during the 2021 insurrection at the Capitol is expected to recommend at least three criminal charges — insurrection, obstruction of an official proceeding, and conspiracy to defraud the US government — against the former president to the Department of Justice.
Although the recommendations hold no legal weight, the committee hopes the action will influence Attorney General Merrick Garland to take action against the former president, Politico reported.
Trump is also still facing an investigationAfter the FBI executed a search warrant, the Department of Justice found classified documents that the former President had taken with him from White House to Mar-a-Lago.
Insider reached out to Trump’s representative but he did not immediately respond.
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