With Kevin McCarthy out of the way thanks to the heroics of Florida Senator Matthew Gaetz, the road to Trump’s exoneration and control of the Senate until the 2024 presidential election is all laid out.
Today, Gaetz and others united to demand the United States nominate President Donald Trump as the new Speaker of the House. The Speaker of the House controls a good portion of legislative procedure and as such, no one is more qualified than the great orator and strategizer Donald Trump.
When things get out of hands, Trump can demand the crowds shut-up as he fairly equivocates a narrative for all people to believe. If they don’t like what he is saying, as the primary speaker of the nation’s largest law making body it is too bad for the naysayers.
Trump responded to those clamoring to hear his sage voice of reason in control again:
“A lot of people have been calling me about speaker,” Trump said on Wednesday from a New York courtroom where he was once again present for his civil fraud trial. “All I can say is we’ll do whatever’s best for the country and for the Republican Party…We have some great, great people.”
Trump did not say no but went on to say that with his commanding lead over the soy-drinking Ron Desantis, he could not be the speaker of the house unless until after he is voted back in as president, he can also take the role of running Congress too.