Monday, June 5, 2023

Donald Trump: Does he want to be president again?

There was speculation for a long time that Donald Trump would run again. The former president has now blown it up in an election campaign program.

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  • Former President Donald Trump has once again fueled speculation about his 2024 candidacy.
  • “Maybe we have to do it again,” he told supporters in Arizona.
  • He endorsed Republican Kari Lake at a campaign event there.

There was speculation about this shortly after his loss to Joe Biden in the 2020 election. Can Donald Trump run again in the presidential election in 2024?

The former President is now giving more air to these speculations. At a campaign event in Arizona, he indicated that he wanted to be President of the United States again.

“Maybe we have to do it again,” Trump told supporters late Friday evening (local time). He had earlier talked about his 2016 election victory and then claimed that he won the 2020 election as well. To this day, Republicans refuse to admit defeat to US President Joe Biden.

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Trump appeared in Prescott Valley, Arizona to endorse Republican candidate Kari Lake in the gubernatorial race.

With a congressional election in the fall and a presidential election in 2024, Trump said: “We’ll take the Senate again. We’re going to take America back, and most importantly, in 2024, we’re going to have our beautiful, brilliant White Going to take the house back.” Lake told Trump, “For the record, I think it’s ‘Superman’ coming back. Hopefully he’ll be back soon.”

Two terms are allowed as President of the United States

Since his election, Donald Trump has repeatedly flirted with a renewed candidacy. A person can be the President of the United States of America for two terms, whether consecutive or not. If elected in two and a half years, Trump will be 78 years old. “The incredible journey we are on has just begun,” Trump said.

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Former Vice President Mike Pence also campaigned for Republicans in Arizona on Friday evening. However, he did so on a different schedule: Pence is endorsing rival candidate Karin Taylor Robson in the running for governor.

Supervisors take this as the latest sign that Pence wants to distance himself from his former boss. Because both could target potential candidacy for the White House in 2024.

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