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Will Trump Run In 2024? Here’s What He Said….


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Ok look, I’m with you….

At least the majority of you who think President Trump CANNOT wait until 2024 to retake command.

It will be too late.

I agree.

But this is still newsworthy so I’m reporting on it.

When asked by Maria Bartiromo if he would run in 2024, here’s what he had to say:

I wonder if he’s being coy because he knows he’s coming back MUCH sooner than that?

Just my hunch.

And I think it happens in April.

Just sayin’….

Politico had more:

Former President Donald Trump amassed $31.2 million in his new political operation by the end of 2020, giving him a powerful tool to keep the Republican Party in his grip as he left office.

Save America, a leadership PAC created in the aftermath of the 2020 election, is set to play a key role in Trump’s plans to keep a strong hand in party politics — both to boost loyalists and also to seek retribution against Republicans he believes have wronged him, such as the 10 House Republicans who voted to impeach Trump in mid-January. Trump cannot spend the PAC funds directly on any future campaign of his own, but he can use it to wield influence in campaigns in the midterm elections, pay his political advisers and travel the country.

“The more money [Trump] stacks up in his committee, the greater his grip will remain on many elected Republicans who will fear those resources could be turned against them,” said Rob Stutzman, a California-based Republican consultant. Stutzman said that it “should be no surprise” that Trump “has continued to fundraise well during this period.”

The money in Trump’s PAC, detailed in a new financial report filed with the Federal Election Commission on Sunday evening, was largely raised via grassroots fundraising appeals pleading for help with legal challenges aimed at the 2020 election results. But Save America spent little money at the end of last year, reporting only $218,000 in merchant fees to Republican online donation processor WinRed.

An affiliated joint fundraising committee — the Trump Make America Great Again Committee — has also filed its report. Recent fundraising calls from that group have said that it is splitting donations between Save America and the Republican National Committee, with 75 percent going to Trump’s leadership PAC and 25 percent going to the RNC.

Even after transferring over $78 million to the RNC, Save America and Trump’s campaign, the joint fundraising committee still has nearly $60 million in its own coffers. Some of that money is likely earmarked for Save America, so the $31.2 million in Trump’s new PAC could be the low end of what he has at his disposal.

The former president has already used Save America to target Republicans he sees as disloyal. The PAC’s most prominent target thus far has been Rep. Liz Cheney, the House Republican Conference chair and the most prominent GOP impeachment supporter. Save America commissioned and circulated a poll that purportedly found Cheney’s political standing under siege in Wyoming after her vote.

“Trump’s biggest weapon is his megaphone. But without his twitter account, he especially needs the money to fund his desired political infrastructure,” said Matt Gorman, a veteran Republican operative.

In some of his earliest post-White House political moves, Trump backed Kelli Ward for another term as Arizona Republican Party chair, after Ward steadfastly backed his election conspiracy theories in the aftermath of the November elections. Ward narrowly won another term. He also endorsed former White House press secretary Sarah Sanders when she entered the Republican primary for Arkansas’ open race for governor, anointing her over the state’s sitting lieutenant governor and attorney general, who were both already running.

And from Fox News:

The Save America PAC that former President Donald Trump formed just after Election Day has at least $31.2 million in its coffers, according to a report filed with the Federal Election Commission.

The PAC allows Trump to continue to fundraise and maintain his hold on the Republican Party following his departure from the White House.

But so far, the filings state that Save America has only spent around $218,000 by the end of last year – all in merchant fees to WinRed, a GOP online fundraising platform designed to compete with Democrats in the battle for small-dollar campaign donations.

“The more money [Trump] stacks up in his committee, the greater his grip will remain on many elected Republicans who will fear those resources could be turned against them,” Rob Stutzman, a Republican consultant, told Politico.

The PAC so far has targeted Liz Cheney, one of 10 House Republicans who recently voted to impeach Trump.

A poll it commissioned found that nearly three-quarters of GOP voters and more than 60% of all voters in Cheney’s home state of Wyoming now have an unfavorable view of the congresswoman, reports say.

Ok, so what do you think?

Would you support President Trump if he ran in 2024?

I want to know your thoughts…..👇

NATIONAL POLL: Would You Support President Trump If He Ran Again In 2024?



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