Many eager voters have anticipated the return of former President Donald Trump to the political arena. The question still remains whether he will run for president again.
Trump confirmed that he’s made a decision about his political future in 2024 though he didn’t say what that decision is, the Daily Caller reported. The former president teased a possible presidential bid Wednesday to Fox News’s Sean Hannity.
Hannity asked the crowd at a town hall-style appearance in Edinburg, Texas on his “Hannity” program whether Trump should run for president again. After the crowd broke out in robust cheers, he posed his question to the former president.
“You’re not going to answer, but I have to ask,” Hannity began. “Where are you in the process, or — let me ask you this, without giving what the answer is, have you made up your mind?” he asked.
“Yes,” Trump simply responded without elaborating further. The crowd again erupted in excited shouts causing Hannity to quip, “I think you got it right.”
Some have pointed to Trump’s new round of rallies as proof the former president has his sights set on the White House again, according to The Hill. Trump has also started up his own website after being banned from social media platforms following the incursion at the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6.
The former president also recently made a trip to the U.S.-Mexico border and took swipes at the Biden administration on its handling of the crisis happening there, Fox News reported. He accompanied Texas Gov. Greg Abbott on the trip which lent gravitas to the event as a political move rather than a crowd-pleasing speech.
Trump was up against opposition from all sides as president, with the mainstream media colluding with leftist politicians to hammer him on fake scandals and anything else they thought would work. Still, he has remained very popular to the people who were responsible for putting him in office in the first place — and their support appears unwavering even as Democrats are floundering with the failures of President Joe Biden.