Trump fans pushing for him to be reinstated as his ex-lawyer claims he could be moved back into White House

DONALD Trump fans are pushing for him to be reinstates as his ex-lawyers claims he could be moved back into the White House.

The 45th president's fans are calling for Joe Biden to be kicked out of his home, and unconfirmed reports suggest it could happen in August.

One fan was caught on camera telling CNN that "at the right time" Trump will be reinstated into the Republican party after slamming Biden as a "puppet president."

The comments seem to echo what Attorney Sidney Powell said about Trump's potential return.

Powell filed challenges on behalf of Trump following the 2020 election when the former president was claiming the result was fraudulent.

"He can simply be reinstated," Powell said of Trump during a "For God & Country Patriot Roundup" conference in Dallas over the weekend.

"And Biden is told to move out of the White House," the lawyer continued.

"And President Trump should be moved back in. I'm sure there's not going to be credit for time lost, unfortunately.

"Because the Constitution itself sets the date for inauguration. But he should definitely get the remainder of his term and make the best of it. That's for sure," she insisted.

Fans have previously speculated that Trump would return to office, despite him losing the 2020 election.

Back in March, QAnon fans believed that Trump Hotel was sending them a signal confirming a theory that the ex-president would be inaugurated.

Followers believe that the Pennsylvania Avenue, Washington DC, hotel is giving them a sign by raking up the hotel price on March 4, Forbes reported.

According to the outlet, the least expensive room, that comes with a king-size bed and a crown topped headboard, is usually $476 to $596 a night.

However, on March 3 and 4, the price hikes to $1,331 per night.

Jason Blazakis, a senior fellow at the Soufan Center, a nonpartisan think tank that looks at national security challenges, including domestic extremism told the outlet that this change in price will likely fuel the QAnon inauguration belief.

"Raising room prices will surely be interpreted by QAnon as Trump’s support for the March 4 narrative," he said.

"They absolutely try to interpret the words and actions of President Trump very carefully."

However, this was proven not to be true as the former president was not reinstated on that date.

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