What Will Donald Trump Do If He Loses the Election?
What's next for President Donald Trump if he officially loses the election and Joe Biden is inaugurated president in January? Former White House communications director Anthony Scaramucci told Inside Edition he thought Trump could launch a television show or channel in the future. Trump family biographer Gwenda Blair says his sole purpose after leaving the White House would be to make money. Barbara Res, former vice president of the Trump Organization, thinks he could leave the country.
President Trump is finally starting to face the reality that he may lose the election amid sliding poll numbers, and even cracked a joke about it at a rally, saying he might have to leave the country if he's beaten by Joe Biden. Many are speculating that Trump will look to cash in on his time as president in as many ways as he can, including possibly starting a cable news network and even running for president again in 2024. He's unlikely to return to Manhattan, where he lived for years. Politico's Jake Sherman says that no Republican he's spoken with believes Donald Trump won re-election. Aired on 11/11/2020. The final question of the Vice Presidential debate entailed whether or not the President Trump would accept a peaceful transfer of power should he lose the election. The Justice Department has long held that a sitting president cannot be indicted for a crime. However, President Trump could face a cascade of lawsuits and investigations if he loses this November. David Yaffe-Bellany of Bloomberg News joined CBSN with more on the potential cases.