We can only hope!
Former President Donald Trump victory in 2016 was the official endcap on Barack Obama’s sleepy, “cool guy” liberalism that unfortunately chipped away at the fabric of our country on multiple levels. Conservatives were vying for a change: an American leader who understood the economy, border security, and foreign policy. Barack Obama destroyed all of the above.
However, in only five years, Donald Trump’s victory is not only strongly desired — it’s crucial to the future of our country. We have gone from a country in command to a country lagging far behind, and all thanks to Sleepy Joe Biden and his cadre of progressive whack jobs who coral around him.
Luckily for us it’s become almost certain that Trump will seek reelection in 2024 though he hasn’t quite announced his final decision — until now.
On Wednesday, while on the golf course, the Former President quipped that he is both the 45th and the 47th president of the United States in a now-viral video circling the internet.
The video features Trump setting his tee before hitting a drive off of his Trump National golf course.
“First on tee, 45th President of the United States,” the person filming the video comments.
“First on tee, 45th President of the United States.”
President Trump: “45th and 47th.” pic.twitter.com/ZFMfG4THzj
— The Columbia Bugle 🇺🇸 (@ColumbiaBugle) January 26, 2022
After driving the ball out of sight, Trump reminds his partner to keep the ball low, due to the wind on the course.
Trump’s offhand comment on the course is one of the strongest signals to his supporters that he will run for president again in 2024.
Meanwhile, Joe Biden continues to suffer in the polls and has failed to resonate with the American public after his first year as president.
A Harvard CAPS/Harris poll conducted between January 19-20 showed that Trump leads Biden in a potential 2024 matchup by six points.
Trump is prevented from officially announcing a 2024 campaign, as he continues to raise and spend money from his Save America political action committee. His frustration with the campaign finance rules forces a bit of cleverness on Trump’s party, especially during interviews when he is asked about 2024 plans.
“I promise you’ll be happy,” Trump often tells his supporters.
When Fox News host Sean Hannity asked Trump if he had made up his mind, regardless of his decision, he replied, “Yes.”
A Trump victory in 2024 is not only strongly desired by a growing majority of the country, it’s completely necessary for the future of America.
Author: Asa McCue