Former President Trump has now hinted at an upcoming 2024 run, stating that, “We are going to do it all over again,” on Saturday in his speech at the 2022 Conservative Political Action Conference (also known as CPAC).
Trump stressed the size of the audience listening to his big CPAC speech and warned about his detractors that “They are going to discover the hard way,” after the 2022 midterms and the 2024 elections.
“And this is a crowd. We broke the record yet again, but they will discover the hard way on Nov. 8, and then again on Nov. 2024,” Trump stated. “They will see as we do it all again. And we will do it again. We are going to do it all again. A third time.”
Trump’s comments at CPAC are the closest he’s come to officially announcing his candidacy for 2024. He said to reported last summer that he would announce something about the 2024 election “in the not too far off future,” and said he may want to wait for the midterm results.
Trump concluded in his CPAC talk by emphasizing the vital upcoming midterms, saying they are a “tipping point for the nation,” while also saying “We must win in 2024.”
“This midterm cycle is more crucial than ever before. I am asking all of you to work hard and fight to elect candidates that agree with the policies and principles we hold so dear,” Trump stated.
“This is a tipping point for the nation and the stakes couldn’t be higher. Losing isn’t an option. We need win in 2022. We should win in 2024.”
This comes at a time when Joe Biden’s approval rating is continuing to plummet down to surprising levels, with even liberals turning on him for various reasons. Also being mentioned by various commentators is the return of Hillary Clinton to the political stage. Nobody knows for sure if either Hillary or Donald Trump will re-run for the White House in 2024, but many are hoping for a re-match between the two.