“It’s not over for him”: New references to Trump candidacy in 2024

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“It’s not over for him”
New references to Trump candidacy in 2024

It’s a question that hovers like the sword of Damocles over the Republican Party in the US: Will the elected ex-President Trump try to run again in 2024?  The  speculations are fed up: he wants to “stick with it”, says his daughter-in-law.
Lara Trump has fueled speculation that her father-in-law Donald Trump could run for the Republican presidential nomination for the 2024 election. “He told us to stay tuned; that this is not over for him. And he has indicated that he would probably be interested in running again in 2024,” said Lara Trump, wife of Eric Trump, told Fox News. Trump was the leader of the Republican Party and the one everyone would turn to for support for the 2022 congressional elections or beyond.

Trump has raised millions of dollars in donations since his election defeat, which he could use to support candidates who are close to him in order to maintain influence even after the end of his presidency. Rumors have been going around for a long time that daughter-in-law Lara Trump is seeking candidacy for a Senate seat in the state of North Carolina.

However, since Trump was voted out of office, a dispute between Trump supporters and traditional Republicans has flared up in the Republican Party. Trump himself had also intervened in these: Most recently, he had openly attacked the top Republican in the US Senate, his former ally Mitch McConnell.

However, Trump has not appeared in public since he left the White House. That should change in the coming week: Trump is on the list of speakers at the annual CPAC conference – an event organized by conservative activists. He wanted to talk there on February 28, among other things, about the future of the Republican Party, reported the news channel CNN and the “New York Times”.





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