As the election drags on, some are starting to believe Trump will not get re-elected.
The election will most likely go to the Supreme Court. And recounts might take many days or even weeks.
In the end, Trump still might lose. Democrats might be happy, thinking they’ve gotten rid of Trump for good.
But that doesn’t seem to be the case, at least according to one person:
Bryan Lanza, communications director for President Donald Trump’s transition team after Trump’s 2016 triumph, said the president is in a good position to “run again four years from now.”
And Greg Gutfeld appears to agree:
Greg Gutfeld: Trump is “going nowhere… even if he loses this election. Trust me, in 2024, he’s going to be the nominee.” pic.twitter.com/4ScnWrIlt1
— TV News HQ (@TVNewsHQ) November 6, 2020
Greg Gutfeld: Trump is “going nowhere… even if he loses this election. Trust me, in 2024, he’s going to be the nominee.”
This election might be decided by a few states and a handful of votes. But regardless of the outcome, one thing is clear—millions of Americans won’t be happy with the results.
If Trump loses, that means he’s poised for a quick comeback in 2024. There’s no telling what will happen from now until then, but it will be certain that if Biden wins, conservatives will be eager to strike back.
Should Biden last long enough until 2024, he will have to contend with a Trump that will be younger than Biden is now.
Will Biden have the stamina to defend his presidency against Trump then?
But will Trump run again? If we know anything about the man, we know that he doesn’t take losing lying down.
Regardless of the outcome of this election, Trump will continue to fight for the American people.
What do you think? If Trump loses this election—will you vote for him or want someone new?
- Several pundits are saying that if Trump loses, he might run again in 2024.
- Trump is known for his tenacity and willingness to fight no matter what.
- His supporters might be even more ready to vote in four years.