Former Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz is setting up a group of public relations experts, who will be in power until 2020.
Schultz, who lost his position as Executive Chairman of Starbucks in June, became an open critic of President Trump.
According to CNBC, one person in the Schultz team was Steve Schmidt, who worked for the Republican Arizona Senator in 2008 as a senior campaign strategy for John McCain during the presidential race.
Schultz did not make a statement that he did not plan any official plan in 2020. A Washington resident also did not meet with representatives of the state-run Democratic Party.
However, when he was abdicated in June as the General Director of Starbucks, 65, he considers running for a political office as something that he views.
In his interview for The New York Times, Schulz said: "For a while, I am deeply concerned about our country, home-gardening and the stability in the world. "One of the things I want to say in the next chapter is to find out if there is a role in my return."