Donald Trump’s political prospects are the biggest variable hanging over Washington.
Will Trump run for re-election or not?
And now Donald Trump just revealed he made this major decision about running for president in 2024.
In previous interviews Donald Trump strongly hinted he was leaning in one direction about a potential 2024 presidential campaign.
However, left-wing activist Olivia Nuzzi published a news piece in New York Magazine where Trump all but announced he was running for president in 2024.
“I feel very confident that, if I decide to run, I’ll win,” Trump told Nuzzi.
Trump then let the cat out of the bag telling Nuzzi the only question in his mind was announcing before or after the midterm elections.
“Well, in my own mind, I’ve already made that decision, so nothing factors in anymore. In my own mind, I’ve already made that decision,” he said.
He wouldn’t disclose what he’d decided. Not at first. But then he couldn’t help himself. “I would say my big decision will be whether I go before or after,” he said. “You understand what that means?” His tone was conspiratorial. Was he referring to the midterm elections? He repeated after me: “Midterms.” Suddenly, he relaxed, as though my speaking the word had somehow set it free for discussion. “Do I go before or after? That will be my big decision,” he said.
Trump is sure to face a field of other Republicans but Trump believed announcing earlier could scare some off.
He was thinking aloud now. “I just think that there are certain assets to before,” he said. “Let people know. I think a lot of people would not even run if I did that because, if you look at the polls, they don’t even register. Most of these people. And I think that you would actually have a backlash against them if they ran. People want me to run.”
Polls show Donald Trump is still the most popular Republican in the country.
Trump holds a 32-point lead over other Republicans in the Real Clear Politics polling average.
More importantly, the Real Clear Politics polling average shows Trump leading Joe Biden 43 to 41 percent.
Trump’s polling lead over Biden combined with Joe Biden’s own continually sinking poll numbers caused a spasm of panic in the Democrat Party.
Articles appeared across the corporate media where Democrats spoke out about how Joe Biden was too old or too unpopular to run for a second term.
Donald Trump declaring his campaign will force the Democrats’ hands with Biden as Biden thinks he is the only one who can defeat Donald Trump.
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