The former president’s advisers are said to be preparing to launch his presidential campaign on November 14
Former President Donald Trump is said to be on purpose to announce his entry into the 2024 presidential race later this month, as he hopes Republicans will be in a celebratory mood after regaining control of Congress in the race. midterm elections next week.
Trump “inner circle” Axios reported November 14 as the date to announce his presidential re-election bid, Axios reported on Friday, citing unidentified people familiar with the discussions. Talks over the plan have escalated to the point where Trump’s allies are said to mark the holiday on their calendars and arrange their travel.
According to Axios, the announcement will be followed by a series of political events aimed at boosting Trump’s campaign. A Trump spokesman declined to comment on the plan. They are yet to be finalized and the timing could be pushed back based on the results of the National Assembly’s midterm elections, according to media reports.
Trump and his allies have hinted in recent weeks that his 2024 campaign announcement is imminent, but they have not made the date public. His former campaign manager, Kellyanne Conwaytold reporters that Trump had refrained from making his bid to avoid attracting attention from congressional candidates in the November 8 midterms. “I think you can expect him to. he announced [it] Early.”
The former president appeared to be preparing for his 2024 announcement on Thursday night at a rally in Sioux City, Iowa. “To make our country successful and safe and glorious, I’ll very, very likely do it again, OK?” he told the cheering crowd. He added, “Get ready – that’s all I’m telling you – very soon. Prepare.”
WATCH 🚨 Donald Trump on the 2024 presidential election: “To make our country successful and safe and glorious, I will very, very, very likely do it again… Get ready! ” pic.twitter.com/XLQnVOXxm0
– Internal paper (@TheInsiderPaper) November 4, 2022
The United States could be heading for a rematch of the fraught presidential election in 2020, as President Joe Biden has indicated he intends to run for re-election in 2024, although he has yet to officially run for re-election. announced his candidacy.
However, recent polls have shown that most voters do not want a sequel to the Trump-Biden slugfest. Only 26% of Americans want Biden to run for re-election, while only 27% want Trump to run for re-election, according to one USA Today / University of Suffolk The poll was released last week. Recent polls show voters in at least two key pivot states – Florida and Ohio – believe another Republican, Ron DeSantis, will have a better chance than Trump to win the presidency next year. 2024.