Trump Launches White House Bid For 2024

Trump Launches White House Bid For 2024


Donald Trump filed papers with the Federal Election Commission (F.E.C.) and declared himself a candidate for the 2024 presidential election on Tuesday, November 15. 


At Mar-a-Lago, his home and club in Palm Beach, Florida, hundreds of supporters, advisers, conservative influencers, and allies flanked massive American flags as he announced his bid to reclaim the Presidency


Furthermore, he has muzzled those Republicans who think that Trump’s continued influence has undermined the party’s health and accounted for the G.O.P.’s weaker midterm performance than expected.


While Mr. Trump’s bid failed, his administration was unable to undo the effects of Mr. Trump’s four years in office. However, this may be the case, and the truth beckons. The Vice President will now match every action Mr. Trump takes on the campaign trail. 


He reportedly plans to run for office again after leaving the White House, so his candidacy isn’t surprising. It will be Trump’s third presidential bid but his first since the attack on the Capitol on January 6, 2021. 


Despite his repeated lies about 2020, Mr. Trump remains unrepentant and unafraid to change his course. Results are damned.


Wall Street Journal Opinion piece ‘Donald Trump’s Presidential Rerun’ points out that Trump’s unusual early entry was due to two factors. 


This announcement announced long before Mr. Trump has to, is an attempt to eliminate likely Republican opponents, such as Governors Ron DeSantis and Glenn Youngkin, who have proven they can win competitive states. 


Secondly, it allows Mr. Trump to avoid being indicted by the Justice Department. The Attorney General’s indictment could be portrayed as political if he has already announced that he is running for President Biden’s job. 


The Bad Omen


A bad omen appears in Mr. Trump’s bid for office in 2024. Despite his reelection by a 19-point margin, Ron DeSantis, the Republican governor of Florida who competes for the G.O.P. presidential nomination, has taken the lead over Donald Trump, according to YouGov’s post-election poll


Among Republican voters in a hypothetical primary, Mr. DeSantis narrowly defeated Mr. Trump 41% to 39%, according to a YouGov Poll released after the midterms. 


Additionally, ‘The Club for Growth, a conservative group that often endorsed Mr. Trump, recently released a poll that shows Gov. Ron DeSantis beating the former President in some early primaries.


Trump, an outsider businessman who was viewed as an underdog, defeated supposedly not so well-liked Ms. in 2016 with the new advantage of surprise and novelty. 


As a result of Hillary Clinton’s win for President, the Republican Party has suffered several electoral. As a result of Mr. Trump’s low approval rating, the G.O.P. suffered heavy losses in the 2018 midterm elections. 


His presidential campaign in 2020 was a disaster. Republicans have been led into one political mess after another by Mr. Trump, who no longer enjoys the electorate’s support. Donald Trump suffers from a litany of woes. 

Trump Launches White House Bid For 2024

Moreover, in 2021, Mr. Trump led a deadly mob siege in the Capitol building, and in 2019 he was impeached for pressuring Ukraine to investigate rival Mr. Biden. 


The government and state investigate Mr. Trump’s political, financial, and personal conduct. If he’s unable to win the race in 2024, it can be a significant burden on his dreams. 


In addition, despite not having finished its January 6, 2021, Capitol attack investigation, the House committee has executed a subpoena against Mr. Trump after election day.


There is a high chance that the Committee will go down after the G.O.P. retakes control after the midterms. Still, the Justice Department investigation of January 6 (which has already led to the charging, conviction, and sentencing of those who took part in the attack) continues. Trials point to a connection with the White House. 


If convicted, he could face jail time or fines. Lastly, mounting legal problems could cripple his business empire and effectively wipe out his wealth, given that he is facing a sweeping fraud lawsuit in New York. 


The sixth reason for his investigation is his proposal to overturn Georgia’s 2020 election results. 


A criminal investigation by the Justice Department looks into Mr. Trump’s legal and political maneuvers to overturn election results in many key states or thwart certification. 


My memories of the 2016 Republican primaries are vivid when in a splintered G.O.P., where Mr. Trump defeated sixteen opponents who were unable to unite, remain vivid, even though the Wall Street Journal says Mr. Trump is ‘the most likely candidate to lead a G.O.P. loss and total progressive power. 


The Republican Party and America may be best served if Trump vacates his candidacy to be replaced by a next-generation G.O.P. leader by 2024.


Still, Republicans are so disjointed and splintered that Trump’s support base of millions of loyal supporters could make him the winner of the Republican nomination in 2024.


Therein lies the problem with the G.O.P. There has been a lot of talk about ‘Trump fatigue. Most Democrats are thrilled with Mr. Trump’s candidacy for office in 2024, which he began by invecting Biden and radical-left lunatics. 


In echoes of Democratic sentiments, Vermont democratic socialist Bernie Sanders said: ‘As an American, I find Trump’s lies, divisiveness, and attempts to undermine American democracy incomprehensible.’


Over the past two years, it was a time of hardship, despair, pain, and hardship for millions of Americans under Joe Biden. 


I am reminded of President Trump’s 2016 inauguration speech in which he claimed that the U.S. was suffering “American carnage” and needed him to fix it. 

His assertion that America is in darkness under two years of Biden’s rule reminds me of that speech. 


Even though voters rejected high-profile Republican candidates in crucial swing states in the November 8 midterm election, Mr. Trump endorsed them again. 


Even though inflation was at a 40-year high, crime in many big cities was on the rise, the immigration problem continued, and the approval ratings for Biden were low. Democrats had the most successful midterm results in two decades.


There is no reason to believe that Mr. Trump will concede if he loses in 2024 to a Democrat. That is a danger to the democratic system of the United States. 


This can be seen in Mr. Trump’s continued claim that when he left office two years ago, America was poised to launch its golden age and that America was at its pinnacle of power, prosperity, and prestige under his leadership. 


In his latest marketing campaign, Mr. Trump claims his four years as President and the four years he will serve as U.S. President will be the golden age of the United States. 


However, the one term Mr. Trump served was enough for his diehard baiters. They are concerned that another four years in power could end democracy in the United States. If Mr. Trump loses the primaries, what will happen? 


Given his disdain for Mr. DeSantis, one suspects Mr. Trump will not bow out gracefully if Ron DeSantis or another candidate wins the Republican Party’s presidential nomination for 2024.


A Biden-Trump Rematch


Even though it is impossible to predict today how long Mr. Trump will retain his ironclad grip on the Republican Party and the electorate, I believe that Mr. Trump could still end up as the Republican Presidential candidate of 2024, with his continued support among millions of Republicans and their voters. 


On November 20, Civiqs reported 76% of Republican voters thought Mr. Trump was a favorable candidate, 15% negatively, and 13% had no opinion. 


Moreover, if Democrats develop amnesia and fail to recognize Mr. Trump as an important figure, they will likely make costly and damaging mistakes. 

Trump Launches White House Bid For 2024

The prospect of Mr. Trump becoming President again may fear those who support him, but the possibility is far more likely than one might believe. 


As in 2020, Mr. Biden and Mr. Trump are likely to meet again in the 2024 Presidential election, which would be even more raucous and cacophonous. 


In a rematch against Trump, President Biden has said he would not be disappointed. During his appearance in the race, Mr. Trump could motivate Mr. Biden to seek a second term, The New York Times reports. 


Trump Returns As President


The midterm elections have set America on the collision course of a divided, disruptive governance that will culminate in the 2024 general elections. 


Suppose Mr. Trump succeeds in articulating his reasons for wanting to be President again. If the electorate renews faith in his ‘MAGA dream,’ and as he recites, ‘I, Donald John Trump, do solemnly swear, President-elect Trump will take his oath as 47th President of America on January 20. 


According to The Washington Post, this unfolding saga is an anti-Trump nightmare. ‘A recent Washington Post-ABC News poll shows that 47% of Republicans and Republican-leaning independents favor Trump for the presidential nomination in 2024. 


According to registered voters, Trump narrowly edges Biden, 48-46 percent, among the two contenders.’ Trump’s early promises are that he will restart the economy, end corruption, tighten border security, and kill drug dealers. 


He will also move the homeless to tent cities outside of metropolitan areas, abolish the education department altogether, limit voting to one day, use paper ballots only, deploy federal and military force against unrest and protests, and change military and foreign policy profoundly. 


There will be many more added as the nomination and election dates near. Having already accomplished his objective in his first term, if Mr. Trump enters his second term triumphant, he will certainly be beneficial for his loyalists returning to top positions and his ‘Make America Great Again’ (MAGA) brigade rising in the ranks of governance.

Trump Launches White House Bid For 2024

Unfortunately, this does not bode well for the future of America. Electing Mr. Trump could also bring back a patronage system that has been absent since the early 19th century. 


Many, if not all, liberal democracies lack the number of politically appointed civil servants that America has. We have about 4,000. 


In 2016, American University’s distinguished professor of history, Alan Lichtman, accurately predicted the outcome of the 2016 election when he successfully predicted Donald Trump’s victory. 


The name of President Biden’s reelection bid will be known next year, but he has indicated he will seek reelection in 2024. 


Trump Again: Implications For India


The Republican Hindu Coalition organized Mr. Trump’s Diwali speech at his Mar-a-Lago resort on October 29, a fortnight before he announced his presidential campaign, in which he promised to take Indo-US relations to a new level. 


In his first term, India was not as fortunate. Even when Prime Minister Modi visited America and Mr. Trump visited India in February 2020. 

Trump Launches White House Bid For 2024

The program dated back to the 1970s and was criticized for not providing fair and reasonable access to India’s market.


After Trump imposed steel and aluminum duties on U.S. goods in 2018, India retaliated by imposing tariffs on twenty-eight U.S. products. 


edited and proofread by nikita sharma

Nandana Valsan

Nandana Valsan is a Journalist/Writer by profession and an 'India Book of Records holder from Kochi, Kerala. She is pursuing MBA and specializes in Journalism and Mass Communication. She’s best known for News Writings for both small and large Web News Media, Online Publications, Freelance writing, and so on. ‘True Love: A Fantasy Bond’ is her first published write-up as a co-author and 'Paradesi Synagogue: History, Tradition & Antiquity' is her second successful write-up in a book as a co-author in the National Record Anthology. She has won Millenia 15 Most Deserving Youth Award 2022 in the category of Writer. A lot of milestones are waiting for her to achieve. Being a Writer, her passion for helping readers in all aspects of today's digital era flows through in the expert industry coverage she provides.

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