One of the big burning questions on the hearts and minds of conservatives across the country is when we might expect an announcement from former President Donald Trump concerning his intentions for running for president in 2024. The left is also eager to hear the news, though they are doing so with a deep sense of fear, dread settling within their bellies like a lead bowling ball.
Well, according to Sean Hannity, a new report from news outlet Axios might just hold the answer to that question. Trump is allegedly going to provide an official announcement on November 14th, and from the sound of the report, it seems he’ll be running again.
“Former President Trump’s inner circle is discussing announcing the launch of a 2024 presidential campaign on Nov. 14 — with the official announcement possibly followed by a multi-day series of political events, according to three sources familiar with the sensitive discussions,” Axios reported.
The report then said, “Trump and his top advisers have been signaling for weeks that a 2024 announcement is imminent. But those discussions have reached the point that allies are blocking off days in their calendars for the week after the midterms — and preparing to travel.”
“With polls pointing toward a good night for Republicans on Tuesday, Trump plans to surf the GOP’s expected post-midterm euphoria to build momentum for his own effort to retake the White House,” Axios continued.
The former president has been dropping all kinds of hints about his plans for 2024 over the course of the last few months, even going so far as to tell New York Magazine it wasn’t a matte of if but when he would make his announcement, meaning before or after the midterm elections.
Looks like he might have finally made up his mind.
Scoop: Former President Trump's inner circle is discussing announcing the launch of a 2024 presidential campaign on Nov. 14 — with the official announcement possibly followed by a multi-day series of political events. https://t.co/6FsXAjrMsa
— Jonathan Swan (@jonathanvswan) November 4, 2022
The radical left is probably going to freak out when they see the news about this upcoming announcement, but in all honesty, it really shouldn’t surprise anyone that Trump is running again. We all knew that was probably going to be the plan moving forward. Trump feels he was cheated out of a second term, a wrong he is fully looking to right this next go-around.
The former president did not get to complete the agenda he had set forth for the United States during his first term. That is also likely motivation for wanting to get another four years in the White House.
Speculation is building about who Trump might choose as his running mate should he nab the Republican Party nomination, with some believing he’ll pick former Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard who made headlines just a few weeks ago by announcing her departure from the Democratic Party.
Others have suggested it could be a rising star in the conservative movement like Florida Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis. While that’s certainly possible, I don’t think that’s going to be the case. DeSantis likely has presidential aspirations of his own, though he seems pretty settled into the idea of completing one more term as governor. I could be wrong on that though.