Former President Donald Trump represents a “major political force” for most Republicans, according to recent research from national pollster Rasmussen.

The results show that 56% of Republicans view former President Trump as important to political developments, with 39% of independent voters agreeing, while a majority of Democrats do not, according to The Post Millennial of Jan. 22. 

After a first term in which President Trump fully delivered on his campaign promises, identified with the Make America Great Again (MAGA) slogan, he has told his country, “The best is yet to come.”

Apparently this would mean that he would continue his involvement in politics, but possibly from a new political party, according to sources at The Wall Street Journal.

Former President Trump had discussed the idea with several people including what the third party name would be—Patriot Party. His 75 million votes at the recent presidential election support the power of his new political challenge.

Now based in Florida, this is shaping up to be the ideal headquarters for the continuity of his contributions for the good of his nation.

“Florida, is really the perfect place to be the new HQ of the MAGA movement and a launching pad for the president’s next endeavor,” said former top adviser Stephen Miller, according to Washington Examiner. 

Miller also referred to the Patriot Party, “This movement is beginning. This movement is a young movement. It’s still in its infancy and the president—his own journey is still only begun.”

The former president has the backing of the millions who voted for him, a strong team of supporters, most notably his own family, and strong management skills.

In addition, Trump continues to assist his compatriots even after serving his term, as when he offered and lodged in his hotel members of the National Guard who required it, an act that generated mentions of gratitude, such as that of the user @BrandonStraka.

“Thank you, President Trump, 4 offering your beautiful hotel 4 our troops 2 sleep in after the Biden administration put them in a car garage like dogs,” expressed Twitter user @BrandonStraka in one of his tweets.

He added, “Even after leaving office you’re still leading better than Biden/Harris. Thank u 4 respecting our military when Democrats won’t,” he concluded.