The President of the Republican National Committee at the Senate Rick Scott met Trump to discuss the strategy for the mid-term election in 2022.
"I just talked to him about the election. I said I want to win the midterm parliamentary election in 2022," said Senate Republican National Committee (NRSC) chairman.
Sen. Scott added he would speak in great detail about what might need help from Trump and the former Republican president will make a decision as to whether or not to do those things.
Scott was the Second Senator of the Republican Party discussing with Trump about the 2022 election. Lindsey Graham Senator last weekend also to Florida to meet the former president to discuss the republican future.
Sen. Scott, who took over as NRSC chairman last month, is tasked with defending 20 Republican senator seats in next year's midterm elections, of which four seats are for senators.
Trump has threatened to support opponents to challenge some Republican senators in the primary round, including John Thune, the Senate Republican No. 2 leader, who has shown a rebellious attitude.
Scott meanwhile said he would support incumbent Republican senators against Trump-backed opponents, including members of the former presidential family.
Despite losing the election in November 2020, Trump is said to still have a great influence in the Republican party.
Former US President will have a speech "Festival Strength" at Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) on February 28, in which he plans to declare him as Republican and candidate leaders.