Former President Trump has not directly said that he will be running for president again in 2024. However, he has hinted that he will possibly run in 2024. He was recently interviewed by Greg Kelly on Newsmax. He talked about several controversial issues, including the Covid 19 vaccine and what is going on in Afghanistan. Trump is still popular with the Republican Party. Many Republicans have stated that they will vote for him if he decides to run again.
When Kelly asked Trump about whether he will be running for president again, he stated that he hates what is going on now and he loves this country. He also stated that America is the laughing stock of the world. Additionally, he stated that people would be happy if he decided to run again.
This is not the first time that someone has asked Trump about whether he will run again. Candace Owens recently asked Trump the same question. He said that he would be making an announcement in the future, and people would be happy. When Trump was interviewed by Sean Hannity of Fox News, he said that he could not say whether he was running because of campaign finance laws.
“As the campaign finance laws are extremely complicated and unbelievably stupid, I’m actually not allowed to answer that question, can you believe it?” he told Hannity. “I’d love to answer it. But let me put it this way, I think you’ll be happy and I think a lot of our friends will be very happy. But I’m not actually allowed answer it, it makes things very difficult if I do.”
During his Newsmax interview, he told Kelly that COVID-19 vaccines had prevented a death toll similar to that of the 1918Spanish Flu pandemic.
He said: “I’m very proud of the vaccine. I’ve taken it, you’ve… probably taken it. But I’m very proud of it. I think we could have another situation with the Spanish Flu, 1917 [sic], where up to 100 million people were killed.”
No defeated president has run for another term since Democrat Grover Cleveland in 1892. After losing the 1888 election to Republican Benjamin Harrison, he defeated Harrison four years later.
“So, look, I love this country. I hate what’s happening to it. I hate it,” he said. “And we’re not gonna have a country anymore if it keeps going like this week. We’re a laughing stock all over the world and I think a lot of people are going to be very happy.”