Trump now `ready' to announce 2024 run for president due to Biden's catastrophe in Afghanistan
Because of Joe Biden’s devastating failure on Afghanistan, President Donald Trump is now “about ready” to announce running for the US presidency in 2024.
Prepared to make it official
That is according to Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH), who is one of Trump’s closest allies not just in the US Congress but altogether.
In a video clip posted online by Lauren Windsor, a journalist for Undercurrent TV, the Ohio GOP congressman says he is absolutely certain that President Donald Trump is going to run again in 2024.
The video was made at a Republican Party event in Dallas County, Iowa, and in it, Jordan declares that he spoke just “yesterday” with Trump regarding the prospects of the latter running for the White House in 2024.
The congressman states further that because of “all of this craziness in Afghanistan” Trump has become “about ready” to declare officially his new presidency bid.
Before releasing the clip, Windsor first posted the remarks on Twitter, leading Jordan’s spokesperson to claim that Jordan didn’t say exactly that.
Meanwhile, in independent development, Jason Miller, a former adviser of President Donald Trump declared on Thursday that is nearly certain that the latter is running again for the White House in 2024.
Miller even told Cheddar J. D. Durkin that the chances for that are between 99% and 100%.
Now I have to win it again!
President Donald Trump himself has refused to declare officially his plans for 2024, on some occasions that for the time being he isn’t legally allowed to announce a new bid because of the “unbelievably stupid” and “extremely complicated” campaign finance laws.
Yet, Trump has been dropping many and very categorical hints in that direction – including in August when he told Fox News host Sean Hannity that the latter would be very happy with his answer to the question on whether he is running again.
Also, in an interview for “The Truth with Lisa Boothe”, President Trump stated that “we won twice” the presidential elections – referring also to the suspicious of election fraud in November 2020 – and that “now I have to win it again.”
Earlier this week, on the Todd Starnes Show, Trump said he is soon going to visit Iowa, which hosts the first caucus in the US.
He emphasized the vast crowds that attended his recent rallies in Alabama and Ohio, adding that his next rallies will be Iowa and then Georgia.
Most polls of Republican voters indicate that Trump is favored to win overwhelmingly the 2024 GOP nomination.
Potential bidders for the nomination such as Mike Pence, Mike Pompeo, or Nikki Haley, are awaiting an announcement from Trump on whether he’d run in order to figure out what to do with their own possible bides.