Donald trump to make “big announcement” on Nov 15

8 November, 2022 | Vaishali Sharma

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Donald Trump, a former US president, stated on Monday (local time) that he will be making a "very big announcement" on November 15 the following week.

Donald Trump, a former US president, stated on Monday (local time) that he will be making a “very big announcement” on November 15 the following week.

This comes against the backdrop of Trump’s expected jump into the race for the White House in 2024. “I’m going to be making a very big announcement on Tuesday, November 15 at Mar a Lago in Palm Beach Florida,” he told a cheering crowd in Ohio.

While running for office in Ohio ahead of the last day of voting in this year’s midterm elections, he hinted at a third presidential bid.

Trump is holding his final rally of the midterm season to bolster Senate candidate JD Vance. “We want nothing to detract from the importance of tomorrow,” said Trump.

Trump has been increasingly explicit about his plans to launch a third presidential campaign, saying in recent days that he would “very, very, very probably” run again and would be formalizing his intentions “very, very soon.”

“I will probably have to do it again but stay tuned,” he said Sunday night in Miami. “Stay tuned to tomorrow night in the great state of Ohio.”

This comes as Trump on Thursday opened a swing of four rallies in the US state of Iowa. The rallies held by the ex-US president come in the final five days of the midterm elections in Iowa.

“In order to make our country successful and safe and glorious, I will very, very, very probably do it again,” Trump said. “Very, very, very, probably.” The crowd erupted in applause and chants of “Trump! Trump! Trump!” “Get ready — that’s all I’m telling you,” Trump said. “Very soon.”

Joining Trump at the event was Senator Chuck Grassley, an Iowa Republican running for his eighth consecutive six-year term. Trump is promoting the Republican Party ahead of the midterm elections, but he is not a candidate this time around as he gets closer to launching a third presidential bid.

Both the House of Representatives and the Senate are now under Democratic control, and losing either one to the Republicans would result in a dramatic decline in Democratic influence during the following two years of President Joe Biden’s administration. Election Day voting on November 8 will settle it, according to the New York Times.

In the five states with close Senate elections, Cook Political Report claims that Trump has not conducted rallies in two of them — Georgia and Wisconsin — since the end of the primary season.

According to cookpolitical, “Toss Up” refers to contests that are the most contested in the cycle and in which any party has a decent probability of victory.

In his next four rallies, Trump will only travel to Pennsylvania, one of those close states.

Star Democratic campaigners, including two former presidents and another past presidential contender, have increased their activity on the campaign trail in preparation for the US midterm elections, amid record-high prices and a faltering US economy.

While President Joe Biden kept a moderate schedule, former Presidents Barack Obama, Bill Clinton, and Hillary Clinton all aggressively campaigning.

All 435 seats in the US House of Representatives and 33 or 34 of the 100 seats in the US Senate are up for election during the midterm elections.