As President Trump made history tonight as the only US president to be impeached twice, a White House adviser said “everyone is mad at everyone” in the White House , the president being upset because he thinks people don’t defend him enough.
“He’s in self-pity mode,” the source said.
The view among many close to Trump is that “his actions have led to no one else here,” adding: “he made a crowd charge on the Capitol building to stop decertification he is not going to find lots of sympathetic Republicans.
During the latest impeachment effort, Trump’s allies inside and outside the White House publicly defended him and sent talking points throughout the impeachment process.
Today it was the president who was left to fend for himself in the White House, issuing a statement first addressed to Fox News denouncing further violence, followed by a five-minute video that hit a tone very different from that of his first post after the attack. on the Capitol last week. Aides struggled to find a way to publish the video, fearing that even a contrite Trump would have his videos removed.
Additionally, there was no organized effort to send talking points, unlike his first indictment.
Many White House staff have left or resigned since the riots, including Hope Hicks, Trump’s longtime confidant. Another person close to the White House said: “He’s locked himself in the residence, that’s never a good thing.
“He’s all alone, there aren’t a lot of people to bounce ideas off of, whenever that happens he goes to his worst instincts.” Now that Twitter is not available, God only knows what the point of sale will be, ”the source said.
One of the outlets Trump is focusing on is to use the power he has left: forgiveness. Several sources told CNN the next batch of pardons could arrive as early as Thursday, in part to distract from the current account.
One of the sources also noted that Trump planned to give New England Patriots head coach Bill Belichick the Presidential Medal of Freedom tomorrow, but Belichick refused. The announcement of some pardons could replace that, especially if there are some high profile ones.
Moving forward: Another lingering question is whether Trump will forgive himself and his children.
A person close to Trump thinks it is a bad idea for him to forgive himself and his children in the wake of the riots, but that he wants to wield the power he has left.
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