The topic of what Donald J. Trump will do about the 2024 presidential race has captivated the nation and dominated conversations on both the left and right. Trump is viewed as engaged in a titanic conflict with forces that want to reject him and those who want him to return to the arena. And we must be getting closer to determining which side he would support, as the calendar indicates the November 2024 election date is approaching.
Despite the fact that this date is two years away, Trump’s announcement of his candidacy for president has a sense of urgency. There have also been restrictions placed on his key advisors’ communications.
“A senior adviser to President Donald Trump has warned that “the media,” “corporate elites,” and the “political establishment” have joined forces to launch a hit campaign to prevent the 45th POTUS from running in 2024,” Slay News reported, adding:
Trump has disobeyed several of his advisors who urged him to delay the official beginning of his 2024 presidential campaign until after the Georgia Senate runoff.
The GOP may still easily win the Arizona and Nevada senate contests, rendering the Georgia runoff meaningless, since they would gain the majority with 51 votes.
On Fox News, Kayleigh McEnany stated that she would encourage him to delay until after Georgia.
“Getting Herschel Walker over the finish line,” McEnany said.
“I know there’s a temptation to talk about 2024.
“No, no, no. 2022 is not over.
“No contender should announce for 2024 until we get through December 6th.
“Every Republican energy needs to go to grinding the Biden agenda to a halt.”
Trump adviser Jason Miller said:
“Of course, President Trump had said he’d be making an announcement on Nov. 15, next Tuesday.
“I’m advising the president to hold off until after the Georgia race.
“Priorities A, B, and C need to be about Herschel right now. CONTINUE READING…