Will President Trump run in 2024? A Politico/Morning Consult poll recently revealed that they would vote for President Trump over numerous other Republicans, including Ted Cruz, Marco Rubio, Mitt Romney, and even Mike Pence, who came in second. There has never been a man who is more popular in the Republican Party. But does President Trump feel like sacrificing everything yet again to serve the American people? The answer is a resounding “maybe.”
In an interview with Newsmax’s Greg Kelly on Wednesday, President Trump refused to say whether or not a 2024 run was in the works. But he did hint that he may be willing to take on Joe Biden again.
“Well, we have tremendous support. I won’t say yet, but we have tremendous support.” President Trump says. “I’m looking at poll numbers that are through the roof. I’m the only guy that gets impeached and my numbers go up. Figure that one out.” President Trump’s approval numbers did indeed rise post-impeachment.
President Trump says that MAGA is still going strong. “The whole MAGA movement, call it MAGA, call it whatever you want, call it America First as opposed to America last,” he told the host. But he made it clear that he knows the Republican Party doesn’t entirely back him. “The Republicans are soft. They only hit their own. Like Mitch. They hit their own,” he says. “They don’t hit — if he spent the same time hitting Schumer and Biden, they would be much better off. That, I can tell you.”
President Trump may be playing coy because of a new political party he might form. Reports have suggested that the President has inquired about forming the “Patriot Party,” a new entity intended to challenge Democrats and RINOs alike. It’s unclear what will happen at this point, but someone needs to step up and take down Biden in 2024.