When asked if he was considering a presidential run in 2024, former President Donald Trump said Tuesday, “We’ll take a look and see.”
“Mr. President, will you run for re-election? On Fox News, host Maria Bartiromo asked Trump, “Are you worried about 2024?”
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“Well, based on every vote, they want me to run again,” he said, “but we’ll take a look and see.”
“First and foremost, we must determine what we can do with the House,” said the former president.
President Trump says he'll make a decision about running again in 2024 after the midterms:
"Based on every poll, they want me to run again but we're gonna take a look and we'll see. First step's first, we have to take back the House." pic.twitter.com/ulX40enJzh
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He went on to state, “I think we have a very, very strong chance of taking back the House,” referring to Republican advances in the lower chamber of Congress during the previous elections.
“I believe we have a chance in the Senate to do better. “What we need in the Senate is leadership, which we don’t have,” Trump said.
Trump said that he would decide whether or not to run for president again after the 2022 midterm elections.
“After that, we’ll make our decision,” he said.
It isn’t the first time Trump has been questioned about his plans for 2024.
During an appearance on Newsmax TV’s “Greg Kelly Interviews” last month, Trump declined to announce his plans for 2024, but reported that poll figures still indicate that Americans support him.
“I won’t tell right now, but we have a lot of support. And I’m looking at poll numbers that are completely out of control,” Trump said to Newsmax.
Trump said that any hope of impeachment putting him in political limbo has been dashed.
Trump boasted, “I’m the only person who gets impeached, and my numbers go up.” “I’ll work it out.
“Let’s assume somebody is impeached. Ordinarily, the numbers will decline. They’d deflate like a helium balloon.”
But, according to Trump, after the Senate acquitted him of inciting an insurgency during the Jan. 6 Capitol incursion, the reverse occurred.
“The numbers are very good; they’re very high; I believe they’re higher than they were before the election, and they were high before the election,” added the former president. “They like it; we did a fantastic job.”