During an event in North Carolina, President Trump spoke in support of Rep. Ted Budd for Senate.
He mentioned how we need to take back the House and the Senate and how we should take them back in these upcoming midterms.
He also hinted at the 2024 election.
“And in 2024, most importantly, I gotta say Ted. I’m sorry, but most importantly. I shouldn’t say that, Ted. But most importantly.”
Those nine words were, “We’re going to take back our magnificent White House.”
Is this yet another indication that he’s going to run in 2024? Or is he just confident about the ability of the Republicans to win back the White House?
As I’ve been saying for some time now, I think that the odds of President Trump running have decreased as well as the chances of the Republican National Committee giving him the nomination.
Sometimes I get people criticizing me for having this view, but I’m here to be objective based on what I see. I’ve also said before that I think President Trump is the best president that we’ve had in modern times. I think he is a man who definitely knows how to get things done. But I would be fooling myself and would be dishonest with you all if I didn’t see signs that some of his support is waning. I’m not saying that it’s a ton or that it’s everyone, but not everyone is a genuine Republican who votes Republican. Like it or not, there are some who say that this whole ordeal regarding classified documents and Mar-a-Lago made them reconsider their support for him. This has been seen in a number of polls, so you can say what you want about some polls, which are definitely biased, but they’re not all biased.
At the same time, I think that there are definitely some Democrats who have woken up to the see the own folly in voting Democrat and see how bad it is for America.
That said, let’s continue to hold onto the hope that President Trump will once again save us from this disaster of an economy.