Former US president Donald Trump has given his first public update since leaving the Oval Office, announcing the establishment of a new "Office of the Former President".
The office will be managed by ex-White House aides from Palm Beach, Florida.
The news was confirmed via an email statement, the first from Trump since President Joe Biden took over the top job.
The statement revealed the new office "will be responsible for managing President Trump's correspondence, public statements, appearances, and official activities" – a clear sign the 74-year-old isn't planning on quietly retiring from public life.
It comes on the same day an article of impeachment against the former president was formally presented to the US Senate.
The delivery by Congress has now triggered the first-ever impeachment trial of a former president.
In a solemn procession, the nine House impeachment managers silently walked the article of impeachment through the same ornate halls of Congress overrun by Trump supporters earlier this month.
Trump's Senate trial is set to begin the week of February 8.
Even Biden doesn't think Trump will be convicted
US President Joe Biden has told CNN he doesn't think 17 Republicans will vote to convict Trump.
An article of impeachment against the former President was presented to the US Senate, but no one seems to think it will actually succeed as it requires the support of 17 Republicans.
While Biden acknowledged the impact the impeachment trial would have on the progress of his legislative agenda, he said there would be "a worse effect if it didn't happen".
He also said he didn't think the Senate would convict Trump.
"The Senate has changed since I was there, but it hasn't changed that much," Biden said.
Republican House leader Kevin McCarthy has also expressed scepticism and told Fox News he didn't think the required 17 Republicans would vote for it.