“Get ready,” Mr. Trump told the enthusiastic crowd. The former US President has dropped one of his strongest signals yet that he may run for President again. He told a crowd in Sioux City, Iowa, that he will “very, very, very probably do it again” in 2024.
Donald Trump’s White House prospects
Mr. Trump spoke at the first four rallies in five days as he campaigned for Republican candidates in next week’s midterm elections. The former President makes a strong indication about running for President in 2024.
US President Joe Biden is also traversing the country to encourage people to vote.
Mr. Biden and the former president will not be on the ballot next Tuesday when American voters decide the balance of power in the US Congress and critical state governorships.
However, the midterm midterms will shape the US political scene for the presidential election in two years.
On Thursday night, Republican Donald Trump renewed his unsubstantiated assertion that he lost the 2020 election due to massive electoral fraud.
“I ran twice,” he added. “I won twice and fared considerably better the second time than I did the first, garnering millions more votes in 2020 than in 2016.
“Likewise, I got significantly more votes than any other incumbent president in our country’s history.
“And now, to make our country successful, safe, and glorious, I will very, very, very probably do it again.”
“Very soon,” he told the enthusiastic crowd. After the crowd began chanting “Trump, Trump, Trump,” the former President responded, “That’s nice, well, get ready, that’s all I’m telling you, very soon. Get ready.”
Mr. Trump had the highest votes ever cast for a sitting president in 2020 (72 million), but he was defeated by Democrat Joe Biden, who received 81 million votes.
Biden-Trump rematch in 2024!
Mr. Biden, who campaigned in New Mexico and California on Thursday, is meeting with senior aides to discuss his prospective 2024 re-election campaign, setting up a possible rematch with Mr. Trump.
Mr. Donald, for his part, has been hinting at a third presidential run for months.
“I will probably have to do it again,” he warned at a rally in Texas in October, and “I may just have to do it again” in Pennsylvania in September.
Kellyanne Conway, Mr. Trump’s ex-senior adviser, said at a Washington DC event that her former boss would “reveal shortly” about his future presidential plans.
She praised Mr. Trump for rejecting the temptation to declare a White House run earlier this year, which would have diverted attention away from Republican candidates in the midterm midterms.
If he runs in 2024, he may run opposition from within his party.
Donald slammed Biden, as he often does at rallies, labeling him the worst President in our country’s history and cognitively incompetent and incapable of leading. Instead, he played a video of Biden tripping and bumbling his way onto Air Force One.
At a rally in Iowa, the former president urged attendees to vote Republican in the midterm elections next Tuesday to give Republicans control of Congress and “put an end to crazy Nancy Pelosi’s political career once and for all” while also opposing President Joe Biden and “far-left lunatics.”
Trump has been hinting for months that he intends to run for President again, telling supporters that they will be overjoyed with his decision. However, he is delivering increasingly strong signals that he plans to run.