“Maybe we’ll have to do it again”
Trump fuels speculation of new presidential candidacy
Since his election defeat, Donald Trump has been flirting with a return to the White House. Now the former President has heated up the mill of rumors in an election campaign program.
is he or not? Former US President Donald Trump (76) has repeatedly indicated a political return since leaving the White House.
At a campaign event in the state of Arizona, Trump once again fueled speculation about a possible candidacy in the 2024 presidential election.
“Maybe we have to do it again,” Trump told his supporters late Friday after speaking out about his 2016 election victory and refusing to lose the 2020 election again. Even today, nearly two years after the election, Trump refuses to give up on US President Joe Biden (79).
“The Journey Has Just Begun”
Trump appeared in the internal primary for the party’s governor in Prescott Valley, Arizona, to endorse Republican nominee Kari Lake (52). The former journalist urgently needs Trump’s support. Although she is currently leading in the polls, it is likely to be a close 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.” If elected in two and a half years, Trump will be 78 years old. However, there is no obstacle for him. “The incredible journey we are on has just begun,” Trump said.
Campaign for Former Vice Pence Anti-Candidate
Former Vice President Mike Pence, 63, also campaigned for Republican support in Arizona on Friday evening, albeit at a separate event. Pence endorses rival candidate Carin Taylor Robson, 55, in the race for governor.
Observers are taking this as the latest sign that Pence is looking to distance himself from his former boss – as both may be aiming for possible candidacy for the White House in 2024. (sda/seed)