Is Trump running for a third time in the presidential election?!

Is Trump running for a third time in the presidential election?!
Is Trump running for a third time in the presidential election?!

Is Trump running for a third time in the presidential election?!

Is Trump running for a third time in the presidential election?!

A week after Republicans’ poor showing in the US midterm elections, Donald Trump announced his intention to run for the 2024 presidential election, although he is currently undergoing some court investigations and receiving appeals from many of his supporters and members of the upper Republican establishment, not to run for president this time.
Addressing a group of his closest supporters at his home in Palm Beach, Fla., Trump delivered a part-scripted, part-impromptu speech that focused on how and why his first term in office was one of the most successful in American history two years of the Biden administration torpedoed. And while he refrained from directly challenging his Republican critics, who believe his refusal to concede defeat in the 2020 election hurt the party in the midterms, he hinted at the possibility that China is leaning in those elections’ favour interfered by Joe Biden!
Trump’s speech reiterated well-known views he voiced in his 2017 inaugural address on the State of America: The United States is in decline, its borders are open, criminals are flooding it with drugs, its cities are violent, its working people face economic peril , and the world sees America as a country in decline. But the letter said very little about how he intends to deal with these difficult issues. Trump said the Ukraine war would never have broken out if he had been in the White House without explaining how. But he gave the impression that he knew he needed to regain public attention in order to divert attention from the challenges he was facing within his own party.
Perhaps the most important indicator of his chances of running for president again is whether he will be able to reconfigure the support he enjoyed in 2016. Prior to that announcement, however, the Murdoch media empire, which owns Fox News, made it clear to the New York Times and The Wall Street Journal that they would not endorse his candidacy again. Likewise, some big GOP donors have announced that they won’t be giving him large sums.
There is no doubt that the next few weeks will show whether Trump’s new candidacy will gain strength and momentum, and whether his potential rivals for the nomination will reveal their personal plans for the White House. This will come amid the midterm election failures, in which some of Trump’s most favorable candidates lost their race to the Democrats. Perhaps most importantly, Arizona voters rejected Carrie Lake as their gubernatorial nominee. Carrie Lake has dominated the midterm elections both in her home state and nationally. And she was the feminist equivalent of Trump in politics. Presented on a local television station, Lake is an intelligent personality with an attractive appearance, good communication skills and the ability to speak smoothly and persuasively. She has stated her belief that the 2020 presidential election was “stolen” by Trump and that if elected, she will ensure her state never allows it to happen again. She seems to have taken particular delight in insulting Arizona’s most famous Republican, former senator and war hero, John McCain. In one of her campaign activities, she described McCain as a “loser” and then addressed the audience by saying, “We don’t have McCain Republicans here, right? … We’re leaving the place!” And her appeal to Trump supporters across the country was so strong that some suggested her as the ideal running mate for Trump in the 2024 race.
Eventually, the Republican’s hope of a decisive midterm election victory ended in an exchange of accusations. And while Republicans won a narrow majority in the House of Representatives, they missed their chance to regain control of the Senate. Meanwhile, the “blame game” began with criticism of all party leaders, but especially Trump. The latter’s ability to overcome this grim environment will soon be put to the test, and there’s a good chance he won’t pass the test this time.

* Director of Strategic Programs at the National Interest Center – Washington


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