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Donald Trump Says he’s 100% Considering Running for President in 2024.

Former President Donald Trump says that he will likely run for President again in 2024

Following President Joe Biden’s speech to Congress outlining his accomplishments during his first 100 days in office and plans for more legislation and government action, Trump slammed him in a phone interview with Fox Business show Mornings With Maria on Thursday. Trump slammed Biden on planned tax hikes for the rich, his China scheme, and the influx of undocumented migrants at the US-Mexico border.

Trump also stated that he is seriously considering re-entering the presidential race. When asked about his plans by host Maria Bartiromo, he quickly replied, “Yes, 100 percent.”

“And polls show that everybody wants me to do it,” added the former president. “I’m 100% thinking about running, and I believe we’ll be really good.”

During the wide-ranging interview, Trump justified his handling of the COVID-19 pandemic, saying that “we wouldn’t have a vaccine if I wasn’t president.” He also slammed the Biden administration’s response to China, saying, “If they don’t do anything very quickly, China will take over this country.” Biden’s planned tax increases on the rich and businesses, according to the former president, would have a “devastating effect” on the economy, while the border situation will “destroy our country.”

Trump said, “Have courage.” “It’s going to happen, and we’re going to change it. I stand by your side, “he said

Trump has regularly polled as a leading candidate for the Republican Party’s presidential nomination in 2024. Despite the former president’s role in inciting a violent group of his supporters to strike the United States Capitol on January 6, Republican voters appear to overwhelmingly support Trump. Many Republican voters see the ten House Republicans and seven GOP senators who voted to impeach him during the insurgency as “disloyal.”

Trump was the strong favorite for the GOP nomination in 2024, according to a Harvard CAPS-Harris Poll published in early March. A majority of Republicans (52 percent) said they support the former president, while Trump’s former Vice President Mike Pence came in second with just 18 percent of the vote.

Biden has shrugged off concerns about Trump’s possible presidential run in 2024, stating that he is focused on leading the nation. Biden was asked specifically if he thinks he’ll be running against Trump in the next presidential election at a late March press conference.

“Come on, now. I don’t even consider it—I’m clueless. I’m not sure whether a Republican Party will emerge. Do you think so?” Biden retaliated. While some have suggested that Biden, who is 78, could not seek re-election, he has stated that it is his “intention” and “expectation” to run again. Trump is now 74 years old.

The former president and his acolytes continue to argue without evidence that the 2020 election was “rigged” or “stolen,” causing a significant number of Republican voters to conclude that Biden is not the legitimately elected president. Hundreds of election-related litigation brought by Trump and his supporters, however, have been dismissed by state and federal courts. Even Trump’s and other Republicans’ nominees for judges have differed.

In mid-November, the Department of Homeland Security’s Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency declared the 2020 election to be the “safest in American history.” “There is no proof that any voting system deleted or damaged votes, modified votes, or was in any way compromised,” according to the department, which was headed by a Trump appointee.

Former Attorney General William Barr, generally regarded as one of Trump’s most devoted Cabinet members, said in early December that there was “no proof” of election-day manipulation that could have changed the result. Biden’s win has been reaffirmed by several investigations and recounts in key swing states, including in states where elections were overseen by Republicans.

This article was originally published as a breaking news story, taken from Newsweek, and has since been updated with new information.

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