Democrats and the corporate media thought they got rid of Donald Trump when Trump left office in January.
They got some bad news.
Donald Trump said six words about running for president that had all hell breaking loose.
Donald Trump appeared for an interview on Dan Bongino’s new radio show.
Bongino is replacing Rush Limbaugh in the 12-3 p.m. timeslot in many markets, and Trump wanted to give a high-profile supporter a boost out of the gate.
At one point in the interview Bongino pressed Trump for an answer about Trump’s plans for a 2024 comeback bid.
“The audience is dying to hear it,” Bongino began before asking, “I know you’ve been asked a thousand times. Forgive me, but I have to ask: Where are we with 2024? We need you, man. We need you big time. You thinking about it? Are you leaning one way?”
Trump went even further than previous interviews in suggesting he would run for president in 2024 saying “we’re going to do what’s right.”
“Well, I’ll tell you what,” Trump responded. “We are going to make you very happy, and we’re going to do what’s right.”
Trump clearly delivered the answer Bongino was looking for.
“Yes,” Bongino exclaimed after hearing Trump’s answer.
Trump then appeared to test drive a campaign trail message ticking off the accomplishments of his four years in office with rebuilding the military and growing the economy.
“We’ve done a great job for the country,” Trump continued. “We rebuilt our military and had the greatest economy ever — twice. You know, we rebuilt and then the world collapsed. The whole world collapsed with it, and then we rebuilt it again. The stock market was higher than it was the first time. But we’re gonna do the right thing.”
Republicans believe Trump could run an effective campaign and contrast his campaign against Joe Biden or Kamala Harris in 2024 pitching his record against the energy, jobs, border and inflation crises Biden created through his policies.
If Donald Trump runs for president in 2024, he will be the overwhelming favorite to win the GOP nomination.
Every poll shows Trump with a commanding lead over the other Republicans pollsters test.
And that support is even understated as several of those included in these surveys would not run for president if Trump entered the race and would likely endorse Trump’s campaign.
A former president has not sought his old job since Teddy Roosevelt in 1912.
In that campaign, however, Roosevelt ran a third-party bid challenging incumbent Republican William Howard Taft allowing Democrat Woodrow Wilson to win the presidency.
If Trump sought the presidency in 2024, he would run as the Republican Party standard-bearer and not as some long-shot third-party lark.
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