The transition from leader of the free world to an ordinary old civilian is a process that only a small group of people go through, and there is no official guidebook that tells them what to do, former presidents are forced to chart their own path. Mr. George W. Bush draw a picture. Bill Clinton catch up on TV shows he missed and start a charity. Barack Obama wrote another memoir, did a podcast with Bruce Springsteen, and have half way to EGOT . state. As for the most recent individual to leave the White House? In addition to still haunting (and lie) about the 2020 election, dinner with famous dissidentsand protect violent mobs broke into the U.S. Capitol on January 6, he spent most of his day in his for-profit club, where aides were tasked with distracting the press — and he can avoid anyone telling him how bad he is.
Yes, according to a report from The Washington Post again: Donald Trumplate life, a typical day for a former president Related to Wake up early, make phone calls, watch TV and read the newspaper. Then, almost every day of the week, he played golf; while on the course, he is often accompanied by a former One America News host named Natalie Harp, companion in a stroller “equipped with a laptop and sometimes a printer to show him uplifting articles, online posts, or other materials.” On the “quiet days,” when Harp probably couldn’t find anyone to say anything positive about the old guy in even the worst corners of the Internet, another aide, Molly Michael, reportedly phoned “Trump’s network of allies around the country asking them to call the former president to lift his spirits with positive affirmations.” According to people who have received these requests, Michael was basically saying there’s no need to worry that Trump will harm himself or anything; this simply feeds his insatiable appetite for attention.
Finally, perhaps one of the saddest anecdotes regarding Trump’s transition from POTUS to HUGE, the man was previously said to have “asked a group of advisers” in early 2021 “if he could convene the press team” for an event at his club, only to was told by a former aide, “that he has no group standing around waiting for him,” because the whole thing is no longer the president. Follow Parcel, the group gathered together “some reporters happened to report in Palm Beach” and had time in their schedules to appear.
Anyway, let’s go back to a day in the life of our much-loved former president. After lunch, 45 changed into a suit and “showed up in the office above the Mar-a-Lago ballroom”; Harp, who usually “sits right outside” the office, is there to “take care of his need for constant praise,” which we assume involves more print of the commentators. conservative commentators say things like, “Donald Trump should be emperor,” or simply call him “my liar.” At dinner time, Trump appeared in the club’s public area, where paying members “stand up and clap their hands at his arrival” and then do so “after he eats.” finished and went to bed for the night.” Sometimes he shows up unannounced at people’s weddings and statement about yourself; an equal opportunist, he did this too at the memorial service. In case it’s not clear, Trump’s choice is essentially to never leave Mar-a-Lago, or one of his other for-profit clubs, which means he, someone who will benefit from a dose of constructive criticism—or someone bluntly explaining to him that he is the malign cancer of society—never having to meet anyone who thinks he I’m less than the greatest president that ever lived.
Follow Parcel, none of the senior aides live full-time in Florida, with advisors flying in and out as needed. This obviously means a lot of “Yes, sir, you are the best, sir” and little or no adult supervision, thus leading to things like dinners with anti-socialists. anti-Semitism and white supremacists. “He needs someone there to say, ‘This is really a bad idea, and here’s why.’ I don’t think he has that kind of crowd around him right now. The president doesn’t want anyone like that either.” urban David, a former Trump adviser, told the outlet.
What could go wrong?