President Trump moved swiftly to end speculation about potential plans for a 2024 presidential run on Tuesday, encouraging supporters to focus on the issue at hand: Ongoing challenges to the preliminary results of the 2020 election.
As Democrats and even some GOP leaders attempt to dismiss Trump’s challenges of suspicious voting irregularities in a number of critical states, speculation that Trump will attempt a comeback in 2024 has run rampant.
However, Trump has maintained throughout the last several weeks that he will not concede the 2020 election, rendering speculation about 2024 irrelevant.
Trump reinforced this point during a White House Christmas event on Tuesday, declaring that “I don’t want to go four years forward, I want to go four weeks back. We never give up we caught tremendous fraud.”
“We had an election where we won by a lot, everybody knows it, even the other side knows it … we actually won by a landslide,” Trump continued in a video of the event posted by former adviser Dr. Sebastian Gorka, adding that his legal team is pushing forward in attempting to bring election challenges to the Supreme Court.
“It’s going to be an incredible six incredible weeks and you’re going to see a lot of action, that I can tell you,” the President previewed.
“We’ve had a great four years and one way or another we’re going to have a great four years because this next four years is going to be very exciting. We won’t talk beyond that,” he concluded.
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