Donald Trump announces 2024 presidential election bid
16 November, 2022 | Vaishali Sharma
Former United States President Donald Trump has filed paperwork to run for president again. He submitted forms announcing his candidacy to run for president again in 202
Former United States President Donald Trump has filed paperwork to run for president again. He submitted forms announcing his candidacy to run for president again in 2024. The announcement follows the midterm elections in the United States.
Trump announced that he will seek the Republic Party nomination to contest in the 2024 presidential election.
“In order to make America great and glorious again I am tonight announcing my candidacy for President of the United States,” Trump said on Tuesday (local time). “It was only the beginning to rescue the American dream,” he further added.
The news comes in the aftermath of the US midterm elections.
According to CNN, Trump’s paperwork announcing his candidacy was received by the Federal Election Committee just before his announcement at Mar-a-Lago, his Florida waterfront resort.
According to The Washington Post, Democrats hold a 50-seat edge in the US Senate, while Republicans hold a 49-seat lead. Democrats now have 207 seats in the US House, while Republicans hold 217 seats.
Trump has been indicating that he will run for president in recent months.
Talking about Republican Party, the former US President said that his party has become much bigger, much stronger, much more powerful [and] can do much more good for the country.
He also said that Russia’s war in Ukraine would “never have happened” if he was President
“Even the Democrats have admitted that,” Trump said.
For the record, no Democrats have said that Russia’s war in Ukraine would not have happened if Trump was President, Trump added.
Former US President also promised not to give Biden “four more years.” “I will ensure Joe Biden does not receive four more years,” Trump said.
“Our country can not take that. It can only take so much… We will do it again, but with even more votes this time,” he added.