Donald Trump may be “reinstated” as president in August 2021

Former U.S. President Donald Trump expects to be “reinstated” as head of state by August this year. About this writes the New York Times.

Some of Trump’s supporters previously argued that the former president could return to the role of head of state without the electoral process. Maggie Haberman, a journalist for the publication, said they would release evidence of election fraud to do so.

The New York Times correspondent under Trump won a Pulitzer Prize for her coverage of the White House. In the past, she has produced several high-profile stories about the former U.S. president.