Former President Donald Trump recently declared how he ‘will always and forever be a champion for the American people’.
The startling announcement comes as his first and official statement, ever since he left his office of the presidency. Only recently, Trump revealed how he had just opened up his ‘office of the former president’ in the state of Florida. Hence, this will handle all of his duties, while seeking to further enhance his administration’s agenda.
As far as the office’s real administration duties are concerned, the ex-leader shed light on the responsibilities.
This includes managing the leader’s correspondence, appearances, official activities, and public statements too.In addition, the office will carry on the agenda of Trump’s administration via public activism, organizational activities, and advocacy too.
All of these clauses were mentioned on the statement with executive letterhead.
“President Trump will always and forever be a champion for the American people.”
Needless to say, the statement made its way to news outlets and reporters via an email, which included a look at the former president’s brand new logo design. Reports confirmed how Brad Parscale was the creative designer behind the logo’s execution. He was Trump’s former campaign manager.
As far as the logo’s actual design is concerned, it is a cross between the Great Seal of the US as well as the Presidential Seal. While Parscale made use of all the components of the renowned Great Seal, the shield is clearly taken from the presidential seal, it was revealed.
While Parscale was initially demoted from the Trump camp after pulling off a disastrous rally in Oklahoma, it seems he has regained his status and back on track with the administration.
Meanwhile, Trump’s first official statement came on the exact same day that the US House of Representatives delivered an impeachment article to the Senate. That was the official way of charging the former president for inciting Ressurection amongst his followers.
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