Trump believes in QAnon theory that he'll back in office this August

Trump believes in QAnon theory that he'll back in office this August

- Donald Trump has been described as delusional after he had told a number of people that he believes that he will be reinstated in August

- This is in line with a popular theory among QAnon conspiracy believers who believe that a new inauguration date has been set

- National Review senior writer Charles C.W. Cooke has warned people not to dismiss or downplay these rumours and that Trump has lost his grasp on reality

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A conservative writer has shared some shocking revelations about former US president Donald Trump's grasp on reality.

National Review senior writer Charles C.W. Cooke has said that the scale of Trump's delusion. He stated that a number of sources have said that Trump is convinced that he will president again in August.

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Trump believes in QAnon theory that he'll back in office this August
Former US president Donald Trump believes that he will be reinstated in August. Photo credit: Elijah Nouvelage/Bloomberg
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This is in line with a QAnon theory that Trump is orchestrating an election coup from Mar-a-Lago.

Sidney Powell, Trump's former lawyer, has been saying something similar that a new inauguration date has been set and that current President Joe Biden will be forced out of office and Trump will move back in according to Salon.

Cooke has warned conservatives not to downplay these reports that Trump believes he will be in power. He cautioned that this is a rejection of reality by Trump according to the Huffington Post.

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Facebook ban

Former US president Donald Trump has had his 'indefinite ban on Facebook reduced to two years. He was banned from several social media platforms after the deadly attack on the US Capitol by his supporters.

The two-year ban is the maximum punishment for violating Facebook's terms of service and has been backdated to start from 7 January 2021, the day after the protests took place.

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Possible jail time

Former US president Donald Trump has been warned that he could face jail time after the New York Attorney General’s Office announced an investigation into the Trump Organisation.

A letter written by the New York Attorney General’s Office said that the investigation was no longer "purely civil in nature."

Former acting Solicitor General Neal Katyal said that the letter announcing the investigation carried the real threat of jail time for Trump and his sons according to the Huffington Post.

He said that the letter indicated that the prosecutors believe that their case has a strong chance of success and that they believe that they can prove that the Trump Organisation allegedly committed various crimes.

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