WASHINGTON (Reuters) – President Donald Trump is leaving the White House but he is not going to fade away quietly.
After failing in his legal efforts to overturn his Nov. 3 election loss to Democrat Joe Biden, who on Monday won the state-by-state Electoral College vote that formally determines the U.S. presidency, Trump will re-enter private life on Jan. 20 with an array of opportunities.
They include another White House run in 2024 or new pursuits in media. But they are clouded by potential legal jeopardy and business challenges.
Only one thing is certain: Trump’s thirst for the spotlight will ensure he does not follow in the footsteps of past presidents like George W. Bush, who quietly took up painting, or Jimmy Carter and his global activism.
Trump’s future, like his presidency, is likely to be loud, brash and brazen. Reuters News