Donald Trump will soon announce his presidential candidacy for 2024
Donald Trump’s team has shared a tentative date on which the former president will announce his 2024 presidential candidacy. Here are the details…
The 2022 midterm elections will be held in the United States on November 8. This year, candidates are seeking to gain office or reelection in the House of Representatives, the Senate, in addition to the governorship of 36 states will be decided in addition to three US territories, as well as other local offices.
Riding the momentum of the mid-term elections, Donald Trump’s team has signaled that an announcement regarding the 2024 presidential candidacy is imminent.
Donald Trump would announce his 2024 presidential candidacy on November 14
On Thursday night, in Iowa, Trump came close to confirming that he will seek the presidency of the United States again. “In order to make our country successful, and safe and glorious, I will very, very, very probably do it again. OK? Very, very, very, probably. Get ready, that’s all I’m telling you. Very soon. Get ready,” he said, according to ABC News.
With polls pointing to a good night for Republicans next Tuesday, Trump plans to harness the expected post-GOP midterm euphoria to build momentum for his own effort to retake the White House.
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Top advisers to former President Trump have been eyeing the third week of November as an ideal launch point for his 2024 presidential campaign, sources familiar with the matter told CNN. .
Two sources said Trump’s team has specifically discussed November 14 as a possible announcement date, days after the midterm elections and just days after Tiffany, the former president’s youngest daughter, gets married at his Mar-a-Lago property. Axios also shared November 14 as a tentative date for declaration.
However, another source told CNN that no date has yet been set and that Trump could bring the announcement forward or delay it, depending on how Republicans fare at the ballot in Tuesday’s election and venue availability.
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