Millions of people watched Donald Trump’s speech at this year’s CPAC. Many were eager to hear what he had to say.
Some folks speculated that, after the GOP’s reaction to the 2020 Election, Trump would break away and start his own party.
During his speech, he shot down those rumors as fake news. But he did give his listeners plenty to think about (and his enemies plenty to worry about).
And he stirred up speculation about what he might do very soon.
Trump teases a possible future ticket with his name on it: “Who knows? I may even to decide to beat them for a third time.” http://nws.mx/tv
Why It’s Important:
The crowd cheered when Trump suggested he might run again saying, “I may even decide to bet them a third time.”
Trump is nodding to his two election runs, including 2020, when he maintains he won the election.
Plenty of patriots want to know what Trump will do next. But running for president is no small feat.
Sure, someone like Trump makes it look easy. But to run again depends on many factors.
Perhaps the biggest is whether or not Republicans are willing to back him. From all appearances, they do.
Establishment politicians in D.C. (including some Republicans) are hoping Trump will go away. But polls indicate he has a higher approval than any other Republican. CPAC straw polls revealed he was far and away the leading candidate for 2024.
Trump might take some time considering if he’ll run. As is typical with this showman, he might wait a while, to drag out anticipation and drama.
But what we do know for sure is that he plans to be involved in the 2022 Midterms. Republicans are poised to flip the House and perhaps the Senate in two years.
And many Republicans are eager for Trump to lend a hand. Considering his enduring popularity, he can have a tremendous impact on the primaries and general elections.
Considering the GOP’s next goal is to take back Congress, Trump will play a big role in that.
After that? Who knows?
Do you want to see Trump come back in 2024?
- During CPAC speech, Trump teased a possible 2024 run.
- He said he might have to beat Dems a “third time.”
- Trump’s popularity among Republicans still at record highs.