Former President Donald Trump is becoming the political figure of all time, although it could be believed that when he left office he would lose power, the opposite is happening, he is getting stronger according to journalist Tara Palmeri.

After speaking to the citizens of Cheyenne, Wyoming’s capital, Palmeri concluded, “I think the base is getting stronger, truly. I think an impeachment [conviction] would make him even more powerful,” according to Fox News Jan. 29.

Palmeri came to Cheyenne to cover an event led by Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-Fla.) in rejection of Rep. Liz Cheney, also a Republican, who voted to put Trump on trial, despite having left office.

The impeachment promoted by the Democrats seeks to hold the former president responsible for the riots that occurred in the Capitol on Jan. 6, despite having discovered the infiltration of members of the violent Marxist groups antifa and Black Lives Matter (BLM).

“It feels like another world, but that’s what’s on the ground, and I don’t think we can ignore it,” Palmeri added about interacting with people at the event, according to an MSNBC video.

“And I’m really happy I went out there and saw it because I think there’s a huge disconnect right now between Washington and the rest of the country, and you know, Trump people don’t want to hear anything against Trump,” she continued.

And she also recounted somewhat dismayed, “I actually went out of my way to try to find someone who would defend her and I really could not. She didn’t have that much name recognition, considering she’s a Cheney. … I mean, I said her name at a hardware store, and someone shouted a threat.”

 “Donald Trump is much more popular than she is, from the people I talked to, and I actually struggled to find someone to defend her and I really couldn’t,” Palmeri added. 

Liz Cheney is the eldest daughter of former Vice President Dick Cheney, also from Wyoming. She also held several positions in the State Department during the George W. Bush administration, so you would expect her to be popular.

It is contradictory that Democrats have instituted a lawsuit against Trump for the Capitol riots, in which he called for calm and good behavior, while they gave scant consideration to the destruction and deaths caused by BLM and antifa for months across the country last year.

On Jan. 26, the Senate held the vote to move forward with the second impeachment trial against former President Trump. 

The final vote was 55 senators in favor and 45 against, far short of the 67 votes needed for a conviction. This is the first time an impeachment trial of an out-of-office president has been held. 

The coverage by the alarmed anti-Trump media journalists only confirms the leadership Americans confer on Trump for the successful work for the good of the country during the four years of his first term.

Retired at his residence in Mar-a-Lago, Florida, Trump continues his political work as the head of the Republican Party preparing for the 2022 campaign, while a Rasmussen poll also confirms that he represents a “major political force.”