Former President Donald Trump remains "very optimistic" despiteFBI raid on Mar-a-Lago and "enthusiastic". According to a Republican lawmaker who met with him late Tuesday, he said his mind is on running for office in 2024.
Rep. Jim Banks met with the 76-year-old Trump a day after a shocking raid on his Florida mansion, along with his nearly a dozen members of the House Republican Research Committee. was one of his
"He didn't look like he lost in the slightest. He was very fired up and very optimistic," Banks told Fox News. 14} about the "wonderful three-hour show," Chatting at Bedminister, Trump's New Jersey Golf Club.
The former commander-in-chief told the group that he had "made up his mind" about the escape he had long been teased about, and that he "enjoyed the encouragement" from them to "make a decision sooner or later."
"He said we would like his decision. It's only a matter of time before he makes that decision public," Banks told Trump's Fox News. . Styles his video promises that "the best is yet to come."
"The Republican Party is bigger and stronger than ever, thanks to Donald Trump's leadership," claimed the chairman of the study panel.
Banks joined others by stating, "What happened at Mar-a-Lago binds Republicans to our outrage." Speaking of which, what the left and the corrupt Biden administration have donewill only backfire on thembecause they know the American people support President Trump. “There is,” he told Fox.
“House Republicans are fighting back.
Trump left Bedminister late Tuesday,according to New York prosecutors. Returning to the city's Trump Tower before being questionedWednesday, he said, "It's the continuation of the greatest witch hunt in US history!
" Banana Republic!" he wrote on his social media siteTruth Social.