I bet everyone reading this is stoked!
Rumors have been flying around as to whether President Trump is going to run again in 2024. Most people including myself think he will, but it’s always nice to get more confirmations!
The newest reports are making the claim that President Trump has been letting it quietly slip to some dinner guests that he WILL be running again in 2024.
Personally, I can’t wait to see a true leader back in office. The clown show we are witnessing in The White House right now has gone on long enough.
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Hopefully, we won’t have to wait until 2024 for that to happen.
Check it out:
BREAKING: President Trump reportedly told dinner guests that he is planning on running for President again in 2024 🇺🇸
— Tea Party Patriots (@TPPatriots) July 20, 2021
— Taylor McInerney (@tpmcinern) July 15, 2021
The Rolling Stone reports:
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.
Donald Trump won the last election and he’s gonna win the next one!
Massive crowd for #AmericaFirst in Riverside.
— Matt Gaetz (@mattgaetz) July 18, 2021
Politico reports that Pence probably won’t be VP, or anywhere near the 2024 Presidential race:
What few people said they saw in Pence, however, was the Republican nominee for president in 2024.
Many Iowa Republicans had seen the results of the most recent Conservative Political Action Conference straw poll, released just days earlier, in which Pence flatlined, drawing no more than 1 percent support. Before that, they’d watched the video of Pence getting heckled and called a “traitor” at a major gathering of conservatives in Florida last month.
“I don’t imagine he’d have a whole lot of support,” said Raymond Harre, vice chair of the GOP in eastern Iowa’s Scott County. “There are some Trump supporters who think he’s the Antichrist.”