Donald Trump’s new temptation? From former president to be elected deputy and become Speaker in place of the ‘enemy’ Nancy Pelosi. This is the perspective defined as “very interested” by the tycoon himself, commenting, in an interview with a far-right radio, on the proposal made by his former strategist Steve Bannon. Read also Answering Wayne Allyn Root’s question, Trump said others are suggesting that he run for the Senate in the upcoming mid-term elections. “But you know what, your idea could be better, it’s very interesting,” he said, referring to the possibility of his candidacy in the House next year, leading the attempt, which Republicans consider close at hand, to wrest the majority to Pelosi’s democrats. Such a hypothesis could be Trump’s extreme temptation to reassert his political presence and his control of the party, without waiting for the presidential elections of 2024. So far the former president, who will resume the rallies in the coming weeks, his true electoral force, he spoke of supporting candidates close to his Maga agenda, also and above all to the detriment of the few Republicans who have distanced themselves from him. His direct candidacy for Congress would still be a complicated thing, starting with the choice of the district in which the former president, who after his victory at the White House moved his residence from his too liberal New York to Palm Beach in Florida, could apply.