Donald J. Trump will be running for President of the United States once again. He is seeking the Republican Party nomination 2024. The ex-president announced his candidacy Tuesday night at a rally near his Mar-a-Lago home in Florida.
“In order to make American great and glorious again, I am tonight announcing my candidacy for President of the United States,”Near the end of Trump’s speech, he spoke. “Together we will be taking on the most corrupt forces and entrenched interests imaginable. Our country is in a horrible state. We are in grave trouble. This is not a task for a politician or a conventional candidate, this is a task for a great movement that embodies the courage, confidence and spirit of the American people.”
Trump declared his endorsement of Georgia Senator candidate Herschel Wade during his speech. He will be facing off against Democratic nominee Raphael Warnock at a December runoff election. Trump mocked President Joe Biden’s verbal gaffes just seconds before announcing himself.
AxiosOn Nov. 4, an article stated that Trump was looking at a Nov. 14 announcement. The article stated that Trump was considering a Nov. 14 announcement. “Trump plans to surf the GOP’s expected post-midterm euphoria to build momentum for his own effort to retake the White House.”
Axios’ Jonathan Swan also predicted, “Look for Trump to take credit for Republican victories across the board — including those he propelled with his endorsements, and even those he had nothing to do with.”
The GOP’s performance in the midterm elections was interpreted as a disappointing one. Trump-endorsed candidates lost their seats, and many of them denied that the outcome of the 2020 presidential election. With three seats remaining, the votes are still being counted and the Republican Party has failed to win a Senate majority in key races.
Trump has been referring to a 2024 presidential run in an effort to reclaim White House after initially winning the 2020 election “rigged.”Trump stated this at a rally in Sioux City (Iowa) “In order to make our country successful and safe and glorious, I will very, very, very probably do it again… Get ready, that’s all I’m telling you — very soon. Get ready.”
Trump was impeached twice. He was first impeached in December 2019. A formal House inquiry had found that Trump had solicited foreign interference to aid his 2020 bid. One week before his term was up, Trump was impeached for inciting the January 6 Capitol insurrection. One article accusing Trump of impeachment against U.S. government “lawless action at the Capitol”With over 200 co-sponsors, the bill was introduced. Trump was most recently subpoenaed last week by the Jan. 6 Committee in order to testify regarding his involvement in the uprising.