President Trump hasn’t been hiding in the shadows since leaving office in January—he’s made it clear he’s not going away anytime soon.
Plenty have wondered what his plans are for 2024. Could 45 become 47? So far he hasn’t made that clear. Instead, his focus has been on getting the GOP ready for the 2022 midterms.
Recently, however, the 45th president gave a closing speech at a major Republican fundraiser.
Big donors were there to discuss the future of the party. Everyone wanted Trump’s take, of course.
But for the first time, he might have subtly suggested that another man could be in the White House in 2024. From Newsmax:
Former President Donald Trump vowed to help Republicans win seats in Congress in 2022 elections…
“I stand before you this evening filled with confidence that in 2022, we are going to take back the House (of Representatives) and we are going to reclaim the Senate. And then in 2024, a Republican candidate is going to win the White House,” he said.
This is the first time Trump appears to be speaking about the GOP’s agenda for 2024.
Obviously, all the focus has been on the election coming up next year. Republicans are determined to flip the House and end the bogus 50-50 split in the Senate.
But during Trump’s speech (in which he slammed RINOs Mitch McConnell and other “traitors”) Trump mentioned getting a “Republican candidate” in the White House.
Plenty can happen from now until 2024. Most of us will be watching Joe Biden probably continue to crash and burn, giving votes even more reason to replace him in the next election.
But will it be with Trump? Conservatives have floated around plenty of names for a possible GOP candidate.
Many are looking at current Florida governor, Ron DeSantis. DeSantis has been a rising star in the country in recent years.
He battled critics who hammered his reopening of the state, while still protecting residents. DeSantis has also been at the forefront of the fight to end online censorship.
And DeSantis himself was at that event while Trump was speaking.
Of course, Trump might want a third chance to win the White House. And millions of Americans would probably rally behind him.
But he might also be thinking about what’s best for the country. And if another candidate can better fix the left’s mistakes, Trump just might prop them up instead.
Do you want Trump to run for the White House in 2024? Or would you be satisfied with a conservative like Ron DeSantis? Let us know below.
- Donald Trump spoke at a GOP fundraiser this weekend.
- He discussed the future of the party, specifically concerning 2022 and 2024.
- Some think he might be getting ready to support someone else for president.