Trump Makes Major 2024 Announcement

President Donald J. Trump responded to a recent New York Times article By Michael C. Bender, Reid J. Epstein, and Maggie Haberman that reads like a ‘Page 6 Hollywood gossip column’. The three authors write tabloid-style propaganda hit pieces heavy on uncited sources, innuendo, and Maoist-style shaming techniques- clearly designed to trigger President Donald J. Trump and his supporters.

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“Trump Eyes Early 2024 Announcement as Jan. 6 Scrutiny Intensifies.Donald Trump has accelerated his campaign planning, hoping a White House bid will blunt a series of damaging revelations. Some Republicans are worried,” the New York Times trio of authors reported Friday.

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Why it took three journalists to put that article together is beyond bizarre. Claiming ‘a pair of investigations’, the trio writes about their beliefs- that investigations’ into Trump’s behavior’ that is unfolding outside of the current circus on the Hill is what is pushing Trump to announce early- and the three writers allude that Trump is angry, a bit unhinged and confused about his waning popularity- right?

Isn’t that the same story the lapdog media has been publishing for nearly five years about their fake news? And they need three people to piece that together? Wow.

Check it out. From the NYT article:

Note the illogical conclusion how does announcing now detract from hearings no one cares about?:
“Republicans are bracing for Donald J. Trump to announce an unusually early bid for the White House, a move designed in part to shield the former president from a stream of damaging revelations emerging from investigations into his attempts to cling to power after losing the 2020 election.

How does this make sense?:
“Republicans are bracing for Donald J. Trump to announce an unusually early bid for the White House, a move designed in part to shield the former president from a stream of damaging revelations emerging from investigations into his attempts to cling to power after losing the 2020 election.

Note the shaming tactic:
“Rather than humble Mr. Trump, the developments have emboldened him to try to reassert himself as the head of the party, eclipse damaging headlines and steal attention from potential rivals, including Gov. Ron DeSantis of Florida, a rising favorite of donors and voters. Republicans close to Mr. Trump have said he believes a formal announcement would bolster his claims that the investigations are politically motivated.

The trio of writers claimed unsourced ‘advisors’ were alarmed about Trump’s push for a surprise announcement and claimed that his endorsements failing was a problem for Trump.

Trump, in response accurately, called the report ‘Fake News’ and responded in more detail on social media about his own point of view.

Conservative Brief’s Jon Doughtery caught Trump’s response on Truth Social- and reported:

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“12 wins & zero losses this week (Mary Miller won against all odds), 33 & 0 in Texas, 132 & 7 this cycle — there has never been anything like ‘our’ endorsement — and the Fake News New York Times writes that I may announce an early presidential run because I haven’t done well with my endorsements,” Trump fired back at the Times on Saturday morning in a Truth Social post.

“Actually, doing better than ever, breaking all records. We are dealing with very sick, bad people in the fake news media,” he continued.

“Also, beating everybody in the polls by really big, record type, numbers!” Trump added in another post.

Republican South Carolina Sen. Lindsey Graham is said to be one of the people close to the former president that is encouraging him to make the announcement sooner.

“It’s up to him if he runs or not,” Graham said. “But the key to him being successful is comparing his policy agenda and policy successes with what is going on today.”

NBC News reported in June that an announcement by Trump could actually come over the Independence Day holiday. And while some believe he should wait until after the midterm elections to make his announcement, others say he out to make an announcement before then in order to cut off other possible contenders who are gaining steam.

“I’ve laid out my case on why I think he should do it,” his longtime adviser Jason Miller, said as he accompanied the former president to a rally in Wyoming over Memorial Day weekend. “I think that there being clarity about what his intentions are [is important] so he can start building that operation while it’s still fresh in people’s minds and they’re still active — a lot of that can be converted into 2024 action.”

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Another adviser who thinks the former president should wait until after the midterms — which forecasts indicate Republicans should do well — nevertheless said they think the announcement will come “sooner rather than later.”

The adviser said that one question is “whether he can sort of suppress his excitement about a 2024 rematch and not, say, go ahead and put that statement out … and waits for a big event, a big speech to do it.”

The Times reported that Republican National Committee Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel wants the former president to wait until after the midterms to make any announcement.