Nearly every U.S. president has held political office before their Oval Office tenure.
Many have been members of the Senate, and more than a dozen were governors. A few have held posts such as secretary of the Navy and CIA director. And one even was on the Supreme Court after his presidency.
But now there’s a suggestion that Trump, who never held office before the presidency, in two years could be the next House speaker.
“Odds are increasing that Donald Trump could be the next speaker of the House,” wrote Peter Heck at DISRN.com.
He said Trump could have a “major role in the upcoming 2022 congressional elections, with a potential payoff that would greatly impact the future of President Biden’s term in office.”
Trump May Be Back In Office Soon — Republicans Working To Install President Trump As Speaker Of The House In 2022
President Trump may be back in office very soon. No, not as President but as Speaker of the House.
There is increasing speculation in Washington, D.C., that former President Donald Trump may be planning to play a major role in the upcoming 2022 congressional midterm elections, with a potential payoff that would greatly impact the future of President Biden’s term in office.
If Trump is successful in helping the Republican Party gain back a majority in the House, something that is likely given the GOP’s shockingly strong performance in the 2020 election cycle, a new Republican majority in the House could install Trump as Speaker of the House.