I can attest, from speaking to an array of different sources, that Donald Trump does indeed believe quite genuinely that he — along with former senators David Perdue and Martha McSally — will be 'reinstated' to office this summer. — Charles C. W. Cooke, a senior reporter for the National Review
I can attest, from speaking to an array of different sources, that Donald Trump does indeed believe quite genuinely that he — along with former senators David Perdue and Martha McSally — will be 'reinstated' to office this summer. — Charles C. W. Cooke, a senior reporter for the National Review
Trump is trying hard to recruit politicians and journalists to back the baseless theory he will be reinstated as president
  • Donald Trump is attempting to recruit people to promote his theory that he will be reinstated as president, a report said.
  • "Trump is trying hard to recruit journalists, politicians, and other influential figures to promulgate this belief," the National Review reported.
  • The baseless theory has been circulating among Trump supporters and fringe conservative media outlets for months.
Charles C. W. Cooke, a senior reporter for the National Review, confirmed New York Times journalist Maggie Haberman's reporting that Trump has told a number of people that he believes he will re-enter the White House as president as August.

"Haberman's reporting was correct," he wrote. "I can attest, from speaking to an array of different sources, that Donald Trump does indeed believe quite genuinely that he — along with former senators David Perdue and Martha McSally — will be "reinstated" to office this summer."

He added: "Trump is trying hard to recruit journalists, politicians, and other influential figures to promulgate this belief — not as a fundraising tool or an infantile bit of trolling or a trial balloon, but as a fact."
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