Has Trump announced he is running for president in 2024? #TRUMP2024ToSaveAmerica trends

The 75-year-old told Newsmax’s ‘Wake Up America’ on Friday, June 25, 'I'll be making an announcement in the not too distant future'


                            Has Trump announced he is running for president in 2024? #TRUMP2024ToSaveAmerica trends
Donald Trump arrives for a rally at the Lorain County Fairgrounds on June 26, 2021 in Wellington, Ohio. (Photo by Scott Olson/Getty Images)

#TRUMP2024ToSaveAmerica started trending on Twitter after former President Donald Trump said he will make an announcement regarding a 2024 presidential run in the "not too distant future." The 75-year-old told Newsmax’s ‘Wake Up America’ on Friday, June 25, “I'll be making an announcement in the not too distant future.”

He continued: “Right now, I'm helping a lot of people get into office, and we're fighting the deep state, and we're fighting [the] radical left. They're after me. They're after Rudy [Giuliani], they’re after you, probably. They’re after anybody. They're vicious. They're vicious, and they don't do a good job and they're very bad for the country… But I've been fighting them for 5.5 years.”

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“Since I came down the escalator I've been fighting them. These are vicious people, we know, and, I honestly believe they don't love this country. They don't love this country. They can't, with what they say and what they do. They cannot love this country,” Trump said, before adding, “I think you're going to be thrilled. I think you're going to be very happy. We want a little time to go by, maybe watch what happens in [2022]. We’re giving tremendous endorsements ... and some people go up 40, 50, 60 points.”

The Republican also expressed his views on President Joe Biden’s situation in the 2024 election. He explained, “Well, based on what's happening with inflation, don't forget you haven't seen the kill of inflation. You see inflation happening, but you haven't seen what it does. I was there with Jimmy Carter, meaning I was one of the people that was, you know, working in this country at the time. And prime rate went up to 21% and the inflation was devastating. That was the worst. I mean, that was as bad as it gets ... We're going to top those numbers, so we're going to come pretty close to topping those.”

Former US President Donald Trump speaks to supporters during a rally at the Lorain County Fairgrounds on June 26, 2021 in Wellington, Ohio. Trump is in Ohio to campaign for his former White House advisor Max Miller. Miller is challenging incumbent Rep. Anthony Gonzales in the 16th congressional district GOP primary. This is Trump's first rally since leaving office. (Photo by Scott Olson/Getty Images)

On June 26, Trump also held a rally in Ohio -- the first after leaving the White House in January -- where he slammed the Biden administration's immigration policies. He also hinted towards his possible run in 2024 by stating, “We won the election twice and it's possible we'll have to win it a third time. It's possible.” Without elaborating much, he added: “We will take back the House, we will take back the Senate, and we will take back America, and we will do it soon.”

Twitter was buzzing after Trump’s interview as one of his fans wrote, “#TRUMP2024ToSaveAmerica We may not have to wait that long. The extent of the fraud soon to be exposed in Arizona is only the beginning. Many other swing states will follow. A Constitutional crisis will require an unprecedented remedy. Trump must be reinstated to the presidency.”

The second one tweeted, “How great was that last night!? I may rewatch it - Would any of you girls like a hat? #TRUMP2024ToSaveAmerica.” “Trump can get more people to show up in the middle of no where, than Biden can get on a live stream. #TRUMP2024ToSaveAmerica,” the third fan added.

Supporters arrive for a rally with former President Donald Trump at the Lorain County Fairgrounds on June 26, 2021 in Wellington, Ohio. Trump is in Ohio to campaign for his former White House advisor Max Miller. Miller is challenging incumbent Rep. Anthony Gonzales in the 16th congressional district GOP primary. This is Trump's first rally since leaving office. (Photo by Scott Olson/Getty Images)



 

 



 

 



 

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