Trump teases 2024 run & promises more rallies in interview


While Trump initially kept a low profile after departing the White House for Florida, he has made a growing number of statements and public appearances in recent weeks. Sitting down to an interview on Tuesday with his daughter-in-law, Lara Trump, the former president got straight down to brass tacks.

Asked whether he’d run again in 2024, Trump replied, “you do have hope, that I can tell you.”

After boasting of his achievements and claiming that Democrats utilized a “third-world country voting system” to push President Joe Biden over the line to victory, Trump told listeners that he would hold one of his signature campaign-style rallies in the near future.

“In fact, we’re thinking about doing one relatively soon just to let everybody know that there’s hope in the future,” he said.

Should Trump follow through and make an attempt at retaking the White House, these rallies would be instrumental in that effort. In the closing stages of the 2020 campaign, he held multiple rallies every day for weeks on end, at one point putting in five appearances in five states in 24 hours.

A presence on social media would also be essential. Before and during his presidency, Trump relied on platforms like Twitter to communicate with the public directly, and often to attack the media for its negative coverage of him. However, Trump was banned from every major social media platform after his supporters rioted on Capitol Hill in January, with the tech companies blaming the event on Trump’s rhetoric.

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