Ex-President Donald Trump to announce his presidential campaign in 2024

DC, Washington Donald Trump, a former US president, is rumoured to be planning a second bid for the presidency as the Republican Party recovers after a disappointing showing in the midterm elections.
Trump will give a speech on Tuesday night that is anticipated to formally announce his bid for the presidency in 2024. The former president has been attacking potential GOP challengers for the nomination over the past week, including Virginia Governor Glenn Youngkin and Florida Governor Ron DeSantis.
“I hope TODAY will prove to be one of the most significant days in our Country’s history!” On Tuesday morning, Trump posted on his Truth Social platform.

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Between 2017 and 2021, the former president’s tenure as president was one of the most turbulent in recent US history. He was twice impeached, and critics claim that his harsh rhetoric frequently devolved into overt bigotry and sharply divided the nation.
But despite his 2020 loss to President Joe Biden and subsequent false allegations of election fraud that culminated in an attack on the US Capitol by his supporters, the former president continued to hold major sway over the Republican Party.
Trump’s ability to overcome scandals and setbacks that would have been career-ending in earlier eras has defined his relatively brief time in national US politics. But a lot of people have questioned whether the former president can maintain his position, even some Republicans.

before declaring for the presidency.
In a fiery speech in which he called immigrants from Mexico “rapists,” he announced his first run for office in 2015. These comments set the tone for the remainder of that campaign, during which he later called for a “total” ban on Muslims entering the US.
In a crowded field of candidates, he won the Republican nomination by appealing to many disenchanted conservative voters with his fame, spontaneous manner, and populist speech. Then, in one of the largest political upsets in US history, he went on to defeat former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton in the presidential election.

contributions, notably from senior House Republican Elise Stefanik, for the 2024 contest.
But as other contenders, like Florida’s Ron DeSantis, show themselves to be serious challengers to Trump, more Republican leaders and operatives are turning away from the outgoing leader.

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