It sure looks like President Trump is planning on running again in 2024!
That is, of course, assuming something doesn’t happen before then with all these audits…
All the evidence suggests that President Trump has already made up his mind on 2024.
Let’s start with Example #1.
When President Trump met with Sean Hannity, Hannity asked, “Let me ask you this, without giving the answer, what the answer is, have you made up your mind?”
President Trump simply said “Yes.”
HANNITY: "Would you like to see [Trump] run again in 2024?"
HANNITY: "Have you made up your mind?"
TRUMP: "Yes" pic.twitter.com/rl5oDo0zSq
— Daily Caller (@DailyCaller) July 1, 2021
WATCH: Hannity asks Trump if he's made up his mind about running in 2024.
Trump responds: “Yes.” pic.twitter.com/30XyE7noZQ
— Election Wizard (@ElectionWiz) July 1, 2021
That’s not all.
President Trump *just* appeared on Savage Nation.
He said that he WANTS to announce for 2024.
But that he can’t because of campaign finance laws.
BREAKING – TRUMP ON THE MICHAEL SAVAGE PODCAST NEXT WEEK! What questions would you like Michael to ask? https://t.co/SLtUW3gepJ
— Michael Savage (@ASavageNation) July 15, 2021
PRESIDENT TRUMP VISITS THE SAVAGE NATION – The Michael Savage Show – Tuesday July 20, 2021https://t.co/6YVZXfsKV0
— Michael Savage (@ASavageNation) July 20, 2021
Now we don’t know about you, but to us, this sounds like a man who has made up his mind.
Remember, folks, President Trump is a businessman.
That means he’s a man of action, conviction, and strong decisions.
All the signs point to a firm decision having already been made about 2024.
Former President Donald Trump said Tuesday he could not announce a decision to run for president in 2024 because of campaign finance laws.
The president spoke about his future political plans in an interview on the Michael Savage Show.
Savage asked the former president to talk about the possibility of another run for president in 2024, prompting Trump to criticize campaign finance laws.
“I can’t really because of campaign finance rules, regulations, very complicated, very stiff, and frankly very antiquated if you want to know the truth. It’s ridiculous,” he said.
But Trump did concede he looked forward to talking about his political plans in the future.
“I will be talking about it and I think that people will be very happy,” he predicted.
Trump’s political action committee – Save America PAC – allows him to spend the hundreds of millions of dollars that he raised after the election for political activities but not on an official presidential campaign.
If Trump officially announced a run for the White House, he would face strict rules requiring him to share details of his personal finances as well as stricter limits on donations and spending.
Trump’s Save America PAC last reported $85 million cash on hand in April, money expected to increase as the president gets involved politically in the 2022 midterms.
The former president can continue to use that money to help Republican candidates as long as he is not an official candidate for president.
Trump said he would continue to fight for great Republican candidates but again criticized Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell’s leadership.
“If we had leadership, this party would be amazing, but Mitch is not a good leader, he’s just a survivor,” he said.
Trump continues to tease another run for president, for example, telling Fox News host Sean Hannity that he had made up his mind about whether or not he would run again.
But this isn’t all.
There are multiple reports that President Trump has told dinner pals he plans to run in 2024!
This is huge.https://t.co/x9y130WAFM
— Dinesh D'Souza (@DineshDSouza) July 20, 2021
“In interviews with 15 people at the conference, all of whom voted for Trump, none said they hoped the former president would run again.” A hopeful straw in the wind?https://t.co/c7lsj78cOk
— Laurence Tribe (@tribelaw) July 18, 2021
We know the RollingStone is essentially a liberal propaganda website.
However, the RollingStone is the first to report this:
Brace yourself: Donald Trump plans to run for president again.
At least that’s what the former president is telling his dinner buddies.
Trump has told at least three people he’s dined with in recent months that he plans to run in 2024, a former senior official at the Republican National Committee tells Rolling Stone. “I have three friends who’ve had dinner with him in the last couple of months. All three reported that his current plans are to run for president in 2024,” the former R.N.C. official says. “Now, whether he does or not is a different issue. We’ve still got three years to go. But he’s telling people that.”
The ex-R.N.C. official says the first two dinners took place in late spring. But the third dinner happened in the last two weeks, the official said. The first two dinner companions came away from their conversations convinced Trump was serious and he’s running, the official adds. The third said he left the dinner “not 100% sure Trump wants to run but he likes being in the conversation, he wants to freeze the field, and he wants his name out there,” according to the ex-R.N.C. official.
A spokeswoman for Trump did not respond to requests for comment about Trump’s recent dinner conversations and whether he plans to run for president again.
A former Trump adviser who speaks with members of Trump’s inner circle says he’s been briefed on similar conversations that reflect the former president’s current thinking. The ex-adviser says Trump started to give indications in private back in May that he was leaning toward running again, and that the more recent signs suggest he wants to run.
“All the people I talk to who deal with him directly think as of now he is running,” the ex-adviser says.
Trump’s popularity within the party remains strong. In a recent survey by GOP pollster Tony Fabrizio, half of the respondents said they’d support Trump in a GOP primary. Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis, a Trump ally, finished in second place with 19 percent of the people surveyed.
Another Trump run would plunge the country back in the same turmoil and spectacle that dominated so much of the past six years of American politics. Will TV networks cover his every utterance and rally yet again? Will the tech companies that excised him from their services be forced to allow him back as an official candidate? In January, two days after the deadly insurrection at the U.S. Capitol, Twitter announced a permanent suspension of Trump’s official account; the company has since blocked several copycat accounts that tried to evade the suspension. And in June, Facebook handed Trump a two-year suspension and said it would consider extending that suspension if Trump’s Facebook account still posed a “risk to public safety.”
Trump has so far played coy about whether he intends to run again in 2024. At a recent Fox News town hall, host (and shadow Trump adviser) Sean Hannity raised the subject of the former president’s political plans for the next three years. “You’re not going to answer, but I have to ask,” Hannity said. “Without giving the answer…have you made up your mind?”
“Yes,” Trump said, eliciting cheers from the Fox audience.
“I think you got it right,” Hannity said to the crowd.
Of course, 2022 and 2024 won’t matter unless we fix 2020 first.
That’s why the audits matter.
And by the looks of it, the audits are gaining steam!