Recently, on Wednesday night, January 13, Donald Trump, the US President, made history as the only US president to be impeached twice.

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And new reports say he spent the rest of the evening ‘isolated and wallowing in self pity’ .

According to the Washington Post, a  White House adviser said “everybody’s angry at everyone” inside the White House, with being upset because he thinks people aren’t defending him enough.

“He’s in self-pity mode,” the source said.

The view among many close to Trump is “his actions led to here, no one else,” adding, “he instigated a to charge on the Capitol building to stop decertification, he’s going to find a lot of sympathetic Republicans.”

During the last impeachment effort, Trump’s allies and Republicans publicly defended him and sent out talking points throughout the impeachment proceeding.

But on Wednesday night, Trump left alone at the White House, as he released a statement to Fox News denouncing further , followed by a five-minute that struck a very different contrite tone his first message following the attack on the Capitol last week.

Also, there no organized effort to send out talking points, unlike his first impeachment.

Reports also say many White House staffers have left or resigned since the riots, including Trump’s once longtime confidante Hope Hicks.

Another person close to the White House said “he’s been holed up in the residence, that’s never a good thing.

“He’s by himself, a lot of people to bounce ideas off of, whenever that happens he goes to his worst instincts. Now that isn’t available God only knows what the outlet be,” the source said.

Reports now say Trump might use his last period in power to world his last powers-  pardons, which could come as soon as soon as Thursday and distract from the current narrative.

is yet to be seen if Trump carry out the extraordinary step of pardoning himself and his .

The reports adds that a person close to Trump believes ’s a bad idea for him to pardon himself and his kids especially in the wake of the riots, but that he wants to exercise what remaining power he has.