The former President of the United States Donald Trump has left the White House recently after the US Congress has declared Joe Biden as the new President. Joe Biden has took oath as the 46th President.
After Donald Trump left the White House, media reports are abuzz claiming that he is working vigorously to launch another party aiming for the White House win in the next US Presidential elections.
Amid growing reports on Donald Trump's new political party, which is going to be the third political party in the United States, Donald Trump's political advisor Jason Miller has reacted to the news.
Talking to a leading American daily, Donald Trump's advisor rubbished the reports of new party and reportedly said that Trump has postponed the decision to launch a new party and will take a decision on this later.
Miller went on to say that Donald Trump is currently focused on working for the win of Democratic party in the senate and House elections. The elections are slated to be commenced in 2022.
"The President has made clear his goal is to win back the House and Senate for Republicans in 2022," Jason Miller tweeted.