The United States is clamoring for Donald Trump and his America First agenda.
For two years now, Joe Biden has instituted some of the most ridiculous policies, all while failing to project strength or sanity on the world stage. He’s unraveled Trump’s successes in a number of areas, most pertinently on the economy and diplomatic relations with foreign adversaries.
The American people are now racked with financial insecurity as the country barrels toward global communism. We face constant threats by Democrats who are hellbent in shredding the U.S. Constitution and the Bill of Rights along with it.
Conservatives are being censored, maligned, and attacked by radical leftists who literally get away with murder thanks to Democrat bail reform policies.
All of this combined creates a great argument for why Donald Trump should absolutely serve another White House term — a decision he’s reportedly already made.
According to reports, Trump’s 2024 announcement is a matter of when – not if. The Former President is reportedly weighing his options as to when the official announcement of his third White House bid should be released.
Trump has been discussing the timing of his announcement with “some of his wealthiest and highest-profile supporters” at recent dinners, according to one report. His trusted advisers have urged the Former President to abide by historic norms and announce his 2024 plans after the midterm cycle. This would absolve Trump of any blame Republicans might lob his way if they underperform during November’s midterms.
Conversely, an earlier announcement of Trump’s 2024 plans could scare off rivals as GOP candidates begin making plans of their own.
Trump is reportedly pushing for an earlier reveal, making him a bigger factor in the midterm elections.
He recently told New York magazine, “Well, in my own mind, I’ve already made that decision, so nothing factors in anymore. In my own mind, I’ve already made that decision.”
— New York Magazine (@NYMag) July 14, 2022
Without explicitly stating his intention to run, Trump implied it was a matter of before or after November’s midterm elections.
Much recent polling shows Trump still leading a hypothetical Republican primary field, but a poll this week found roughly half of Republicans would not vote for him, opening a significant path for a rival.
The New York Times/Siena College poll found Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis as Trump’s closest GOP rival.
The media is now attempting to pin Trump against DeSantis in an attempt to break up the growing MAGA influence within the Republican Party — a trick both men have yet to fall for.
Author: Asa McCue