Newshub18 :After a year and a half in Washington, Trump, again hinting at the candidacy.Former US President Donald Trump left the White House a year and a half ago. He did not return to Washington after that. However, he was seen again on the streets of Washington on Tuesday local time in the United States. In his address to supporters on this day, Trump once again indicated that he will run for the presidency in the 2024 election. News from AFP.
In a speech in Washington yesterday, 76-year-old Trump said, “I always say that the first time I ran (for president) I won.” After being a candidate for the second time, I did much better. We may have to do this again. We have to bring the country in order.
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Trump mentioned that he will give more details about this in the coming days.
In Tuesday’s speech, Trump echoed many of the promises he made during the 2016 election campaign. Apart from this, the false claim that Trump makes by referring to himself as the winner in the 2020 election, has also been echoed on this day.
The former president also condemned the House Committee’s investigation into the attack on Capitol Hill to prevent the confirmation of the victory of current President Joe Biden on January 6, 2021.According to the AFP report, Trump did not directly say that he will be a presidential candidate in 2024. But he indicated that. Said, what he believes should be the priority of the ‘next Republican President’.
Trump has indicated that he will compete in the 2024 election at various times before. In March 2021, at a convention at the Hyatt Regency Hotel in Orlando, Florida, the Republican leader said he would defeat his opponents for a third term.
Trump delivered his 90-minute speech yesterday at the conservative organization America First Policy Institute. A few hours earlier, Trump’s former Vice President Mike Pence also spoke at a separate rally. He has also indicated that he will contest in the 2024 elections.At the Young America’s Foundation conference, Pence said, American citizens must look to the future, not the past