Donald Trump Announces Running for President in 2024

WASHINGTON — Former President Donald Trump announced Tuesday night that he is running for president in 2024. The first two years that President Joe Biden ran the country. “I won’t let Joe Biden get another four years.” He also filed papers with the Federal Election Commission on Tuesday night declaring himself a presidential candidate and forming a new campaign committee. “We will not stop and we will not stop until we achieve our highest goals and build a nation greater than ever,” Trump said. By starting his campaign now, just a week after the Republicans lost a key midterm primary, Trump was defying the advice of current and former aides who warned him not to declare himself a presidential candidate immediately after losing his party. The FEC makes Donald J. Trump for 2024 President and last week officially kicked off the 2024 Republican Presidential Primary, a contest in which dynamics have changed dramatically. , the former president’s approval rating among Republican voters averaged more than 20 percentage points higher than his closest rival, Florida Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis. But that was before DeSantis won re-election by a staggering 19 percent margin, electrifying Republicans nationwide and delivering offers. The party was a bright spot on a day when the Democrats won most of the major Senate and gubernatorial races. Now, some early, post-election polls by YouGov show DeSantis ahead of Trump. The Florida governor met with his donors and is said to have launched his own presidential campaign to challenge Trump for his GOP nomination. “I’m just getting started,” DeSantis told supporters. “With Trump officially becoming Biden’s opponent in the 2024 presidential election, Attorney General Merrick Garland must decide whether to appoint a special counsel to oversee the day-to-day management of the Trump investigation. It could help create more distance between a Biden nominee like Garland’s and a potential decision on whether to prosecute Trump for a crime, as scrutiny and potential prosecutions of the president’s main rivals are politically motivated or Trump’s. Whether or not it is designed in any way to damage his election prospects in 2024. If Trump wins the Republican primary, he will likely face President Joe Biden in a rematch in 2020. Biden has yet to officially launch his re-election campaign, but recently After weeks of reportedly solidifying campaign plans, Trump on Tuesday accused Biden of mishandling the economy: “In two years, the Biden administration has destroyed the American economy.” The prospect of a long-term primary between Trump and Desantis should be good news for Democratic campaign strategists who see Desantis as a formidable challenger. When asked about Trump and DeSantis, the president said it would be “interesting to see them play against each other.”But Trump remains the undisputed leader of the Republican Party. This week, The Washington Post reported on Trump’s stalwart aide to his successful 2016 presidential campaign. Trump plans to assemble a campaign team that looks and feels like a skeleton team of people, and reports that his failed 2020 re-election run isn’t a large-scale operation that has grown Trump’s leadership PAC, Save America, with more than $60 million in cash on hand and at an unprecedented rate. CNBC Politics CNBC’s Political Coverage Read More: But in mid-October, Trump ran the leadership PAC to Make America. $20 million was transferred to a newly created Super PAC called Great Again Inc. At the time, Trump’s team claimed MAGA Inc Money is used to support midterm election candidates, not to help Trump. While effectively circumventing the rules banning Save America by finding its way all the way to the presidential run, MAGA Inc doesn’t spend money on Trump’s presidential run – this summer and fall rallies, and in some ways mirroring his 2016 campaign pitch. Trump’s vehement claim to have won the 2020 presidential election he lost is also a central part of his 2024 political persona, and his frequent stadium rallies, along with rants about what he claims was a fraudulent vote in the last presidential election, is another question. How the growing legal troubles will affect him personally and politically It is cognition. His family real estate and hotel empire faces a massive fraud lawsuit in New York State that could permanently cripple operations and cut personal fortunes, while Trump faces investigation in Georgia for trying to overturn 2020 election results. there is. At the federal level, Trump is the subject of an FBI investigation into whether he mishandled state secrets by removing thousands of government documents from the White House at the end of his presidency. After his massive effort to overturn the 2020 election and prevent Congress from certifying Joe Biden’s victory, Trump spent weeks desperately trying to devise a way to stay in power. His efforts culminated in January. Attack on the U.S. Capitol on June 6, 2021, a deadly mob attack for which more than 900 people have been federally charged so far.
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