May 23, 2022

Donald Trump drops further confirmation that he is running in 2024

Former President Donald Trump ushered in a time of peace and prosperity for America during his four years in office. Now we need him to do it all over again to clean up after President Joe Biden.

Trump strongly hinted that he would run again in the 2024 presidential election during his American Freedom Tour speech Saturday, Breitbart reported. The event, held at the Florida Live Arena in Sunrise, Florida, is part of a series featuring the former president and other like-minded presenters.

“You had a president that always put America first,” Trump told the thousands of attendees who turned up to hear his remarks. “I will be back and we [America] will be better and stronger than ever before,” he said.

Donald Trump, Jr. was also on hand and presented before his famous father. He reportedly urged those concerned about the future of the nation to get involved in politics at the local level.

“We need people to step up, our freedoms are worth fighting for,” the former president’s eldest son said. “Don’t let these people [Democrats] ever have power again,” Donald Trump, Jr., told the crowd.

Other presenters included Trump’s former White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders, who is currently running for GOP governor of Arkansas, as well as several media personalities including Kimberly Guilfoyle, The Daily Wire’s Candace Owens, and podcaster Dan Bongino.

“There’s no giving up on our great nation. There’s nowhere else to go,” Bongino said. “We are all on the front lines of this fight.”

This series of events is awfully reminiscent of Trump’s famous rallies leading up to his election in 2016. Though no official announcement has been made, it seems all of the pieces are in place for him to run for the GOP nomination in 2024. After four years of Biden, Trump will be exactly what the country needs.

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