Americans asked, Trump delivered: 2024 IS HAPPENING

2D9225A Opa Locka, United States. 01st Nov, 2020. November 1, 2020 - Opa-Locka, Florida, United States - U.S. President Donald Trump greets supporters as he arrives to speak at a campaign rally at Miami-Opa Locka Executive Airport on November 1, 2020 in Opa-Locka, Florida. President Trump held events in five states today, as he continues his campaign against Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden two days before the November 3 election. Credit: Paul Hennessy/Alamy Live News

Op-ed by Summer Lane | Photo: Alamy

Finally, after months of tense speculation, the day has arrived. President Donald J. Trump will once again throw his hat into the ring and run for president in 2024, trekking toward a historic return to the White House in a massive move of vindication for MAGA supporters and conservative Americans who have mourned the loss of his strong leadership since leaving the Oval Office behind in 2021.

Trump has deftly teased an upcoming presidential campaign announcement preceding tonight’s historic move, telling rallygoers over the course of 2022 that he would “probably” have to run again while remaining ambiguous as to when he would announce.

In November, Trump told a supercharged audience in Sioux City, Iowa that he would “very, very, very, probably do it again, okay?”

“GET READY – that’s all I’m telling you. Very soon,” added. “GET READY.”

Now, with Trump’s official announcement that he will be running to reclaim the White House from the radical leftist Biden administration, many Americans are filled with hope, especially after nearly two years of chaos and unrest with Democrats at the helm.

A return to presidential campaigning after the political carnage of 2020 will likely look very different, but with strong, America First Republicans poised to take control of Congress, President Trump’s 2024 campaign is positioned not just to drain the swamp – but to obliterate it entirely.

The road ahead

With an impressive endorsement record (Trump had “over 98 percent” success the last two cycles heading into midterms, according to official spokeswoman Liz Harrington), there is no question that the 45th president is the singular political kingmaker in America, eclipsing all former presidents, both Democrat and Republican.

Yet, Trump will have his work cut out for him in 2024, as it remains unclear who the Democrat challengers for the White House will be. While speculation has been rampant, it would be surprising to many voters if Joe Biden ran for reelection, given his sinking poll numbers. What’s more, Biden’s own health has come under scrutiny after countless verbal gaffes and visible confusion on the world stage.

Biden would make for a weak presidential challenger against President Trump.

Whether Biden runs again remains to be seen, but recent polling has made it clear: Trump is the most popular pick among conservative voters in a 2024 primary election. For example, a recent Cygnal poll found that Trump was by far the favorite among a group of surveyed GOP primary voters, clinching the ticket with a projected 45 percent of the vote, while runner-up Gov. Ron DeSantis, R-Fla., garnered 26 percent.

Who will be the vice president?

Another question that remains to be answered is who Trump will pick to be his running mate in 2020. With guesses ranging from South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem to Gov. Ron DeSantis, some have postulated that Trump may be likely to choose a woman as his vice president this time around. Other projections have included former U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley, according to a report from Market Realist.

Perhaps more popularly, Arizona gubernatorial nominee Kari Lake’s name has been floated as a potential vice-presidential pick for Trump. However, Lake was quick to respond to those rumors on the campaign trail, noting, “It’s funny though that that question is asked because for so long, many of you in the media have been trying to act like I don’t have the skill to run for governor. Now apparently, I’m so skilled that you think I should be VP, so I take it as a compliment.”

Lake added that she was “applying for the job of Arizona governor,” and the question hasn’t arisen since.

While Trump’s decision on a vice-presidential pick may not come soon, it will be an important part of his campaign strategy heading into 2024.

A return to America First

Trump’s 2024 campaign strategy will likely lean heavily on the themes of his rallies, focusing on the core tenets of the “Save America” platform, which includes the defense of constitutional rights, pro-life ideals, America First foreign policy, strengthening the military, lowering taxes, and boosting law and order nationwide.

Trump’s candidacy for 2024 comes on the heels of rampant evidence of alleged nationwide election fraud in 2020.

Per the Save America PAC:

“Over the past four years, my administration delivered for Americans of all backgrounds like never before. Save America is about building on those accomplishments, supporting the brave conservatives who will define the future of the America First Movement, the future of our party, and the future of our beloved country.  Save America is also about ensuring that we always keep America First, in our foreign and domestic policy.  We take pride in our country, we teach the truth about our history, we celebrate our rich heritage and national traditions, and of course, we respect our great American Flag.”

If he succeeds in reclaiming the White House in the wake of what he has often called a “rigged election” in 2020, President Trump will again shake the very foundations of the entrenched political corruption of the D.C. swamp.

In fact, President Trump’s 2024 candidacy is poised to become the greatest American comeback story ever told.

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