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Tech & Science Donald Trump's lawyers ask the Republican Party not to use his name

23:50  08 march  2021
23:50  08 march  2021 Source:   parismatch.com

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On Friday, Donald Trump's lawyers sent a formal notice to the Republican Party, ordering them to no longer use the former president's name without his authorization.

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Between Donald Trump and the Republican Party, an atmosphere not necessarily in good shape. On Friday, the former president's lawyers sent a formal notice to several entities of the Republican Party, ordering them to no longer use the name of the former president without his authorization for fundraising or the sale of derivatives, reports Politico . Despite his defeat which he still does not recognize, Donald Trump is considered the de facto leader of the Republican Party, more divided than ever after the invasion of the Capitol by pro-Trump activists who interrupted the certification of the results of the election by Congress.

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In , the first speech given since the end of his mandate, Donald Trump implied that he would be ready to run for the 2024 election, ruling out the creation of a third political party. He asked for unity with the Republican Party ... but not with everyone: he asked for the exclusion of elected officials (ten from the House of Representatives and seven from the Senate) who voted in favor of his impeachment then of his guilt once tried before the Senate for "incitement to insurrection". "Get rid of all of them," he said at CPAC, a big conference bringing together the conservatives. "Who knows, I could decide to beat them a third time", he added, mixing in one sentence a lie about the election he lost and hope of a presidential candidacy in three years, without declaring himself officially: "With your help, we will take back the House, we will win the Senate and then a Republican president will make a triumphant return to the White House." And I wonder who it will be. I wonder who it will be. Who, who, who will it be, I wonder? ”

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Ce mercredi 20 janvier, Donald et Melania Trump ont fait leurs adieux à la Maison Blanche Trump could "make the Republican party grow" ... or "destroy it"

Despite his electoral defeat, Donald Trump retains a major influence within the Republican Party due to the support of voters, some of whom have been convinced by his false accusations of electoral fraud. The elected Republicans are therefore caught between the facts and the desire to please the one who, by supporting a rival, can make them lose a primary. The midterm elections, in November 2022, will be the first test for Republicans. In an interview with Axios and HBO, Republican Senator from South Carolina, Trumpist Lindsey Graham, reluctantly summed up the complex balance of the Republican Party after the historic Capitol invasion: "Donald Trump was my friend before the riots. And I try to keep a connection with him afterwards. I still consider him my friend. What happened was a dark day in US history and we must move forward. [...] I think the best strategy for the Republican Party is with Trump, not without Trump. [...] He could do with the Republican Party what no one else could. He could make it grow. He could make him stronger. It could make it more diverse. And he could destroy it too. "

Senator Rick Scott Insists GOP Civil War 'Absolutely Canceled' Despite Ongoing Tensions

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Fatalistic words, showing Donald Trump's hold on the party, and which echo this tweet he wrote in May 2016, during the Republican primaries before the presidential election: "If we name Trump, we will be destroyed ... and we will have deserved it, ”he wrote when the billionaire was already dividing the party with attacks on his opponents denounced as traditional and belonging to the“ swamp ”of Washington.

If we nominate Trump, we will get destroyed ....... and we will deserve it.

- Lindsey Graham (@LindseyGrahamSC) May 3, 2016

As evidenced by the many elected officials and figures of the Republican Party who have succeeded in Mar-a-Lago since January 20 to appear with Donald Trump, the latter retains a major power within a party which lost, during its mandate, the House of Representatives, the Senate and the White House.

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