Trump is 'truly relaxed' since leaving the White House and he's 'happy' to be off Twitter but could reemerge on social media by starting his own platform, former campaign strategist claims

 Donald Trump is reportedly 'truly relaxed' since leaving the White House last month, 'happy' to be off Twitter and may even start his own social media platform, according to his former campaign strategist.

Trump left the White House and Washington, DC, altogether on January 20 and refused to attend President Joe Biden's inauguration. Instead, Trump flew to Mar-a-Lago in Florida.

In an interview with the UK's Sunday Times, Trump's former campaign strategist Jason Miller claimed that Trump 'was in a very good mood upon leaving [the White House] and there were some very tender moments with his family'.


'It was fun to have a front-row seat for that. The emotions ran the entire gamut. Some folks were very sad this day had come, but there was a sense of pride that this was the single most successful first term in US presidential history.'

Donald Trump (pictured leaving the White House on January 20) is reportedly 'truly relaxed' since leaving the White House last month, 'happy' to be off Twitter and may even start his own social media platform, according to his former campaign strategist, Jason Miller

Donald Trump (pictured leaving the White House on January 20) is reportedly 'truly relaxed' since leaving the White House last month, 'happy' to be off Twitter and may even start his own social media platform, according to his former campaign strategist, Jason Miller

Trump left the White House and Washington, DC, altogether on January 20 and refused to attend President Joe Biden's inauguration. Instead, Trump flew to Mar-a-Lago in Florida (pictured after landing in the Sunshine State with Melania last month)

 Trump left the White House and Washington, DC, altogether on January 20 and refused to attend President Joe Biden's inauguration. Instead, Trump flew to Mar-a-Lago in Florida (pictured after landing in the Sunshine State with Melania last month)

According to Miller, it was 'the first time in years that I saw the president truly relaxed'.

'Only 45 other people in US history have experienced what it is like to have the world on their shoulders ... and to be able to exhale, knowing that it's not all on you for the first time in four years,' he told the Sunday Times. 

Miller also said that Trump is 'happier now than he's been in some time' since being banned from Twitter. 


'He’s said that not being on social media, and not being subject to the hateful echo chamber that social media too frequently becomes, has actually been good.

'That’s something the first lady has backed up as well. She has said she loves it, that he’s much happier and is enjoying himself much more,' Miller told the Sunday Times. 

In another interview with Breitbart, Miller also said that Trump could reemerge on social media when he's ready. 

Miller (pictured) said Trump could reemerge on social media when he's ready. 'Whether that's joining an existing platform or creating his new platform, there are a number of different options and a number of different meetings that they've been having on that front,' he said

Miller (pictured) said Trump could reemerge on social media when he's ready. 'Whether that's joining an existing platform or creating his new platform, there are a number of different options and a number of different meetings that they've been having on that front,' he said

'Whether that's joining an existing platform or creating his new platform, there are a number of different options and a number of different meetings that they've been having on that front. Nothing is imminent on that,' Miller said. 

Despite Miller's claims that Trump is happy and relaxed, just last week it was reported that he had grown frustrated over being banned from Twitter. 

Trump was working behind the scenes from Mar-a-Lago to try to undermine Rep Liz Cheney and has taken to penning insults for others to post. 

Cheney faced an uproar after voting with Democrats and nine other Republicans to impeach Trump on a charge of 'incitement of insurrection' – but blew away predictions by GOP Rep Matt Gaetz and others that there were enough votes to strip away her leadership post.

Trump spent his time in office inveighing against 'RINOS' and Republicans who stood against him, and people close to him took the move against Cheney as a post-presidency test of Trump's strength in and control over the party.

One House member who led the charge against Cheney and even flew to Wyoming to speak against her is Trump loyalist Rep Matt Gaetz of Florida, calling the race a 'battle for the soul of the Republican Party'. 

In another time, Trump himself might have been throwing off tweets insulting the most powerful House member to cross him on impeachment.

But with Twitter having banned him after the January 6 riot, Trump wrote out insults and 'observations' for others to use, the Daily Beast reported.

A source with direct knowledge of the situation told the publication that Trump suggested the farmed out insults for others to use, while people close to Trump cast the Cheney situation as a test of his sway.  

Trump is 'truly relaxed' since leaving the White House and he's 'happy' to be off Twitter but could reemerge on social media by starting his own platform, former campaign strategist claims Trump is 'truly relaxed' since leaving the White House and he's 'happy' to be off Twitter but could reemerge on social media by starting his own platform, former campaign strategist claims Reviewed by STATION GOSSIP on 09:31 Rating: 5

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