Trump Announces 2024 Run

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Speaking to a crowd at Waukesha County Fairgrounds in Waukesha, Wisconsin, former President Donald Trump hinted again that he would make a third run for the Presidency, lauding the candidates he’s endorsed wins in the midterms.

“This week we’re 45 wins and no losses,” Trump said about his endorsements before mentioning his endorsement of Tim Michaels for the governor of Wisconsin and Ron Johnson to be reelected in the Senate.

Trump also reiterated his view that he won the 2020 election, noting that he received more votes in 2020 than he had in 2016; he added, “I was told that if we got the same number, there’s no way we could lose. We got millions and millions more votes and likewise getting more votes than any sitting president and the history of our country by far.”

The former President then went on to hint at his 2024 bid, saying, “We may have to do it again, and bring our country back,” but emphasized that it was necessary to first “win a historic victory for the Republican Party,” in the midterm elections.

He also slammed House Speaker Nancy Pelosi for her trip to Taiwan, noting “she was China’s dream.” But her visit to Taiwan — which China claims is a breakaway region — would give the Southeast Asia nation an “excuse” to invade Taiwan.

The former President didn’t forget to criticize President Joe Biden, using a line that has become his go-to during his rallies: Biden has done more damage than five of America’s worse Presidents combined.