Trump announces official bid for 2024 presidential election


“To make America great again, today I am announcing my candidacy for President of the United States,” Trump announced Tuesday at Mar-a-Lago, his home and residence in Palm Beach, Florida.

Updated – 10:35, Wednesday – 22 November 16

Trump has announced his official bid for the 2024 presidential election

Washington: Former US President Donald Trump has officially announced his third bid for the White House, kicking off the 2024 presidential election cycle, although the country is still running out of his 2022 term, left with a severely reduced number due to the defeat of the Republicans. candidates sponsored by him.

“To make America great again, today I am announcing my candidacy for President of the United States,” Trump announced Tuesday at Mar-a-Lago, his home and residence in Palm Beach, Florida.

The former president read from a teleprompter, which he had previously dismissed as a prop for underrated speakers, and stuck to the script, which was also unusual. And he seemed to lack the energy he shows at campaign rallies.

It was a very mild version of Trump that Trump put on.

Trump also never once repeated his lies about losing the 2020 election to President Joe Biden due to fraud, as he was summarily rejected by voters in the Nov. 8 election.

The candidates he supported were spreading those lies in the hope of winning, but they didn’t.

The case for Trump seeking a second term was simply this: At the end of his administration in 2020, the US was in great shape, and it has been in decline under his successor.

“We were a strong nation and importantly, we were a free nation,” he said, adding: “But now we are a nation in decline. We are a failing nation. For millions of Americans, Joe Biden’s last two years have been pain, hardship, anxiety and they have been a time of despair.

Trump blasted Biden for paying too much attention to inflation, Afghanistan, gas prices, immigration — the influx of migrants at Mexico’s southern border, his pet issue — and climate change when nuclear weapons were a far more serious and urgent threat to humanity.

By attacking Biden, Trump was setting up a straight fight between him and the president. He didn’t name any other Republicans who are said to be playing in a race like Ron DeSantis, the governor, or Florida, who has emerged as a front-runner after his massive re-election victory.

Former Vice President Mike Pence is also reportedly in the running, as is former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo.

Trump’s advisers urged him to delay the announcement, as the midterms are not over yet; There is a Senate race in Georgia in December and Republicans wanted the party and donors to focus on that. But the former president was not convinced and there he was, becoming the first.

President Biden, attending the G20 summit in Bali, has said he fully intends to run for a second term and will make an announcement early next year after consulting with his family.

But he seems to enjoy running against the man he beat in 2016.

Biden tweeted what appeared to be an attack ad against Trump earlier Tuesday. A split-screen video shows Biden signing a massive investment in infrastructure, and shows Trump promising the same investment, which ultimately never came.

“Talking” is the title for Trump, and “Delivering” for Biden.

The president posted another attack video around the time of Trump’s announcement, saying, “Donald Trump failed America.”

The 2024 presidential election is well and truly underway.

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