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Trump urges Senate Republican leadership change, warns potential Republican candidates not to run in 2024

FIRST ON FOX: Former President Trump officially announced his candidacy for the White House in 2024 and said that if he wins re-election, he will return to the capital of the United States with experience and new perspectives, without relying on Washington insiders. “Invincible” America’s first record. The former president sat down for an extensive interview on the Trump Force One, a Boeing 757, after teased Monday night with Fox News Digital and four other reporters at a rally in Dayton, Ohio, which he plans to create. November 15 Mar-a-Lago’s “Major” Announcement, Probably Starting Third Presidential Campaign. Stop Crime.” Prior to that, Trump specifically nominated R-Ky Senator Mitch McConnell to replace GOP leadership in Congress. He also warned potential Republican presidential candidates like the governor of Florida, Ron DeSantis, who opposes running for president in 2024, saying it would be “good for the party.” “I’ve never done this before,” he said. “Part of the problem was that I wasn’t Washington. “You have to depend on people. I had a lot of great people, but I had to depend on people who were RINOs.” Former President Trump greets supporters during an election campaign at Minden-Tahoe Airport in Minden, Nevada, on Oct. 8, 2022. Trump said on Nov. 8 (Justin Sullivan/Getty Images) “RINO” is an acronym for “Republicans In Name Only,” a term he applied to people in Nevada’s campaign-style rally ahead of the state midterm elections. Secretary Jeff Sessions and Bill Barr said his “two worst people.” President Trump said, “It’s really bad,” and “I know everyone now.” I just came to Washington.” Trump said he would make a ‘major announcement’ on November 15th. After the 2022 midterm elections, he will officially announce whether he will start another White House bid. After the former president left the White House, speculation is growing about a possible Trump announcement in 2024. Many Republican presidential candidates have waited for Trump to decide whether or not to run, but are contemplating his campaign. The Republican realm is crowded, and the names floating around are former Trump administration officials like former Vice President Mike Pence, former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, former UN ambassador Nikki Haley, Sens. Ted Cruz and Josh Hawley, Governor of Florida. Ron DeSantis: Florida Governor Ron DeSantis (right) and former President Trump During a rally in Pennsylvania over the weekend, Trump mocked DeSantis and called him “Ron DeSanctimonious.” “I urge you to vote for me, and I’m far ahead of the polls,” Trump said. “no.” In a later interview, Trump said that DeSantis was “a great guy.” “I don’t know if he’s running. I think he could get hurt very badly if he ran. I said he called DeSantis a “great guy.” Trump said he could hurt himself badly “I think he will make a mistake. I don’t think the bass will like it. I don’t think it would be good for a party,” he added. “I don’t know if he’s running. If he runs, he runs.” Trump said when DeSantis runs, “I’ll tell you a story about him that won’t flatter you very much. I know more about him than anyone. — Maybe besides his wife.” Trump mocks Desantis at Pennsylvania rally: ‘RON DESANCTIMONIOUS’ When asked if President Biden will run for re-election, Trump replied, “I don’t think he’s running. Former 2016 Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton could run for president again, Trump said. “Look, we beat her. I think she’s a very bad candidate. She is not favored by anyone and I have a very strong record of being very unbeaten.” Donald Trump (left) and Joe Biden. (Photo by James Devaney/GC Images | Photo by Alex Wong/Getty Images) Trump has been criticized over and over again for alleging that the 2020 presidential election was “manipulated” or “stolen”. When asked if he would remain focused on the 2020 presidential election, Trump said he would “always talk about it.” If he doesn’t talk about it, he “could lose a lot of votes.” I guess it’s all true, more than anything else by chance. It was a stolen election and we can’t let this happen again.” Trump uplifts his language ahead of the 2024 midterm elections, as advisers say ahead of the 2022 midterm elections, expressing his feelings towards Republicans in the House of Representatives minority Republican Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy will support the Speaker of the House if Republicans win a majority on Tuesday, and Republican Assembly Speaker Elise Stefanik said, “I think she’s fantastic. But in the Senate, Trump slammed Republican Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and called him “a despicable leader.” mentioned supporting. Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell said, “I think I’ll have to live with him for two years.” help. “If I run and win,” the Republican senator said, “if he’s the leader, I’ll tell him not to send the bill. R-Fla.’s Rick Scott could be a “strong candidate”, referring to Scott’s feelings for McConnell as “very underrated” and “very talented”. U.S. Senator Rick Scott (R-FL) said “He’s tough. He’s tough and I think he’ll probably go” at a press conference on inflation at the Capitol in Drew Angerer, Washington, DC on May 26, 2021. said. . “He must have had a lot of support,” Trump said. “McConnell was very bad for our country.” “He was very bad for the Republican Party. I’m going to have an advantage for someone else. McConnell did a very bad thing.” Trump touted the administration’s records, including securing the southern border, cutting taxes, and rebuilding the US military. , COVID response, vaccine development under Operation Warp Speed ​​and “100% defeat of ISIS”. Trump also pointed out his “America First” foreign policy, stressing that the Ukraine war would not have happened during his presidency. And hit Biden’s track record. Former President Trump delivers a speech at a rally on Saturday, January 1. January 15, 2022 in Florence, Arizona. (AP Photo/Ross D. Franklin) President Trump said, “There is someone who will drive us into a nuclear war.” “The Ukraine problem would never have been.” As he prepares for a possible reelection in 2024, Biden has made every effort to ensure that NATO countries pay their fair share of defense spending and strengthening foreign trade deals. He pointed to the death of an ISIS leader. 2019 Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi and Iran’s Supreme Commander. Qasem Soleimani during the 2020 air strikes in Baghdad. The former president also asked if he had spoken to Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin “Bibi” Benjamin Netanyahu since re-election last week. President Trump then welcomes Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to the White House in Washington on Monday, March 25, 2019. (AP Photo/Manuel Balce Ceneta) “It’s the first time he’s called Joe Biden to congratulate him,” Trump said. “No president has done more for Israel. Greater than Golan Heights, the Jerusalem embassy, ​​and both is to end the Iranian nuclear disaster. This is greater than both. I did.” Trump also addressed “Russian fraud.” And the weaponization of the Justice Department – especially with regards to the Trump-Russian investigation. “I did the right thing in the dismissal. [FBI Director James] Comey,” Trump said. “If I hadn’t fired him, a lot of people said it was a coup attempt if I hadn’t fired Comey. A lot of people would be very happy,” Special Counsel John Durham said to influence the 2016 election. The Trump-Russia investigation is still investigating the origins of the Trump-Russia investigation after Special Counsel Robert Mueller discovered evidence of a conspiracy or conspiracy between the Trump campaign and Russia. Former President Trump addresses supporters at a rally to support local candidates in Wilkesbare, Pennsylvania, on September 3, 2022. (Spencer Platt / Getty Images) “I didn’t want to interfere,” he said, suggesting that he could interfere. More than 300 Republican candidates, President Trump said Tuesday’s midterms will be “very interesting” and “probably the most interesting midterm they’ve ever taken.” “I think we have a good chance of great success,” said Brooke Singman, a political correspondent at Fox News Digital. You can contact her at Brooke.Singman@Fox.com or @BrookeSingman on Twitter.
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