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Trump Announced 2024 Presidential Bid

Donald Trump, a former US president, revealed he will run for president of the United States again in 2024.

This past Tuesday, Trump announced his decision while surrounded by his advisors, supporters, and influential people. He gave a speech in which he elevated himself to the top of the field for the Republican Party’s presidential nomination. The former top official refuted rumors that he would face numerous opposition to his candidacy in the upcoming months. The possibility of nominating Florida Governor Ron DeSantis has been considered by many. However, Trump continues to hope that the party will choose him for the position.

“In order to make America great and glorious again, I am tonight announcing my candidacy for president of the United States,” Trump said.

For the Republicans to succeed in capturing the presidency in the upcoming presidential elections, he added, they must nominate him. Trump made the statement after disappointing election results for the GOP, which saw the Democratic Party gain control of many key swing states. The Democrats took over the Senate once they won Nevada. As they get closer to a majority, the Republicans anticipate taking the House. But this is not the win they envisioned when they started their campaign.

“Anyone who truly seeks to take on this rigged and corrupt system will be faced with a storm of fire that only a few could understand. I have no doubt that by 2024, it will sadly be much worse, and they will see clearly what has happened and is happening to our country – and the voting will be much different,” he added.

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Trump becomes the first to announce

Trump beat his rivals to be the first candidate to declare a run for president in 2024. Trump’s declaration will give him an advantage over possible challengers who aspire to run for president. Additionally, it will assist Trump in positioning himself in the eyes of wealthy contributors. While the DOJ continues its inquiry into the riots on January 6, Trump continues to face legal issues. This might become an issue when Trump runs for his party’s candidacy.

Trump may face rivalry from Mike Pence and other opponents. Pence already enjoys a positive reputation in the political sphere as a former vice president of the United States. Pence, meanwhile, could find it challenging to win over Trump’s supporters now that Trump is in the picture. Additionally, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis might challenge Trump for the nomination. After the midterm elections, many Republicans felt more assured of DeSantis’ appeal to the electorate. By supporting them during the midterm elections, DeSantis won over numerous Republican candidates.

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Making preparations

After suffering a crushing defeat in 2021, Trump plans to return to the White House. For this reason, he invested a lot of his resources. To eventually run for president, the former president formed alliances with other politicians and worked to grow his support base.

It won’t be easy to win the presidency, though. In addition to litigation and investigations, Trump has several campaign-related concerns to handle. He also meets criticism as he maintains that the opposition rigged the 2020 elections.

Photo Credit: Alon Skuy

Source: CNN

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