At a rally in Robstown, Texas, former President Donald Trump stated he’d “probably” have to run in 2024.
The former President made the remarks while campaigning for Texas Republicans.
Trump also reiterated claims the 2020 elections were rigged, saying, “I ran twice. I won twice.” He continued, “I did much better the second time than I did before.”
Those weren’t the only unsubstantiated claims Trump made during his address, he also repeated a common talking point saying he received “more votes than any sitting president in the history of our country by far.”
Trump then asserted, “And now, in order to make our country successful, safe and glorious again, I will probably have to do it again.”
Shortly after making the statement about having to run again, attendees began chanting, “We want Trump.”
Trump — and the rally’s attendees — appeared unfazed by the former President being subpoenaed by the January 6 Select Committee just the day prior.
The subpoena requires Trump to produce documents relating to the inquiry by November 4 and appear before the Committee for a hearing by November 14.
Despite the subpoena and other legal setbacks, the former President has maintained his political activity, stumping for several Republicans at his rallies.
And while Trump has eluded to a 2024 bid for the White House, he has stopped short of declaring his bid to avoid having to provide the Federal Election Commission (FEC) with financial information and could limit how much the former President could raise from individual donors.