News - Trump 2024 Run Announcement – Date, and Time

Trump 2024 Run Announcement – Date, and Time

Trump 2024 Run Announcement - Date, and Time

Trump 2024 Run Announcement – As reported by many media outlets, former president Donald Trump is expected to announce his candidacy for the 2024 United States presidential election this month.

His 2024 run is deeply anticipated, but Mr. Trump has not formally confirmed it to date.

This article discusses the date and time of the Trump 2024 run announcement.

Trump 2024 Run Announcement – Date and Time

Trump 2024 Run Announcement
Trump 2024 Run Announcement

While speaking at a rally in Iowa on Thursday, Donald Trump strongly suggested that he will run for President again in 2024.

He told reporters, “To make our country successful and safe and glorious, and I will very, very, very probably do it again, OK. Get ready, that’s all I’m telling you. Very soon, get ready.”

According to the reports of CNN, Axios, The New York Times, and several other media portals, an official announcement of a presidential run by the Trump campaign may occur on November 14, 2022.

The other sources reveal his inner circle is planning the launch of a 2024 presidential campaign after the 2022 midterm election, followed by a series of political events. However, an announcement’s timing, location, and format are exceptionally fluid.

There is also information that some of his advisors and top supporters are taking days off from their schedule for the week after the midterms in preparation to travel and plan for Trump 2024 run announcement.

While confirming his intention to seek the White House again in a Rally in Sioux City, Iowa, Trump declared, “This is the year we are going to take back the House of Representatives. We are going to take back the Senate. We are going to take back America.”

Intensifying his run, he further added, “And in 2024, most importantly, we are going to take back our magnificent White House.”

2024 Presidential Race

2024 Presidential Race
2024 Presidential Race

 

Iowa is the well-known campaign venue for presidential candidates and is considered the home of the first primary contest.

When the country heads to crucial midterm elections, the former President continues his effort to make claims of fraud in the 2020 presidential elections.

Opinion poll shows if Trump, who is 76 presently, runs for President, he would be an early favorite to win the Republican nomination. On the other hand, Biden, 79, has said he hopes to seek re-election. So, a 2024 Trump-Biden rematch is possible.

However, other polls show several Democrats would prefer another candidate due to Joe Biden‘s age.

The other likely Republican candidates for the 2024 presidential election include current Florida Governor Ron DeSantis, Trump’s former Vice President Mike Pence, and ex-UN envoy Nikki Haley.

Former President Trump 2024 Run Announcement amid legal issue

Former President Trump 2024 Run Announcement amid legal issue
Former President Trump 2024 Run Announcement amid legal issue

The former President Trump 2024 run campaign announcement would take place when he is facing many legal issues.

Few internal sources have suggested Mr. Trump thinks that declaring his 2024 presidential candidacy would protect him against several investigations, including a criminal probe that could affect his run.

To list, he is facing a legal battle with a congressional committee trying to obtain his tax records. The Department of Justice is involved in a criminal investigation into his possible mishandling of secret government documents.

A congressional committee investigating the serious January 6, 2021, U.S. Capitol attack by Trump’s followers issued a warrant for Trump to testify under oath before the committee.

Another inquiry is going on into his social media company, Truth Social.

His family real estate business, known as the Truth Organisation, is on trial in New York for tax evasion and fraud.

However, the former President has denied his involvement in all the cases, alleging that they are political attacks done by his Democratic opponents.

The United States Constitution allows presidents to have two four-year terms in the White House. Grover Cleveland was the only U.S. president to serve non-consecutive terms after getting elected for his second term at the White House in 1892.

Conclusion

Donald Trump intended to announce his 2024 run shortly after the midterms. He even looked to declare it before November 8 in an attempt to go ahead of his probable opponent for the GOP’s 2024 nomination.

Over the past few months, Trump has been moving nearer to declaring that he is running for President. However, his spokesman did not comment on this. The discussions are still fluid and, more importantly, could change anytime and depends on November 8 results.

After all, it is Mr. Trump, and he could make anything happen. Though people close to him are getting ready for the next race, nothing is ever certain.

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