Is Donald Trump planning his return as US President? He is apparently pushing his comeback in the White House. His opponents are already taking the first steps.
- Donald Trump could be again as US President to run – in the year 2024. One Ex-Berater Trumps is sure that Donald Trump a historical one Comeback could deliver.
- Donald Trump after long hesitation has the way for one Handover an Joe Biden as new US President made free.
- Trump-News: All messages for the deselected President the USA.
Update from Thursday, November 26th, 2020, 9:15 p.m .: With a seemingly forward-looking move, the two US comedians Jason Selvig and Davram Stiefler are in position against a renewed candidacy by Donald Trump in the next US election. For that they have the website address DonaldJTrump2024.com secured and already eagerly filled with messages against Trump: Even the home page shows a supposed quote from Trump, with which he was defeated at the US election 2020 announced – a statement that the elected president has in reality avoided at all costs. Most recently, he instructed the head of the US Federal Administration, GSA, to hand over official duties Joe Biden no longer to block.
The two US comedians take Trump not only on the grain, but also make him an offer via the video platform “TikTok”: You would take the page offline, should Trump finally publicly admit his electoral defeat.
Update from Wednesday, November 25th, 2020, 11.00 a.m .: Against Donald Trump and his Daughter Ivanka is being investigated for tax fraud. The dispute over Tax documents the trumps have been swelling since taking office Donald Trump. It is about suspicious tax write-offs in the millions.
Regardless, Donald Trump apparently already plans to be Comeback as US President in the year 2024. You can read how he imagines it in the Initial report, below in the article.
Update from Tuesday, November 24th, 2020, 9:17 a.m .: Donald Trump clears the way for a handover Joe Biden. Trump announced on Twitterthat he will have an orderly handover to the upcoming US President Biden agree. That’s why he now has his team cooperation asked. The designated US President Joe Biden and his Deputy Kamala Harris responded to the message with Relief. Donald Trump still does not want to accept that he does US election 2020 has lost. Now even an ultra-right lawyer and moderator jumps to his side.
First report from Monday, November 23rd, 2020, 9 a.m .: Still are Donald Trump and his legal team unsuccessfully engaged against the outcome of the US election 2020 and to mourn Joe Biden’s victory.
In private, however, the projects look very different. Trump and his followers are meanwhile discussing how his life should go on from January 20th – and bring up the possibility of another candidacy in four years.
I want to thank Emily Murphy at GSA for her steadfast dedication and loyalty to our Country. She has been harassed, threatened, and abused – and I do not want to see this happen to her, her family, or employees of GSA. Our case STRONGLY continues, we will keep up the good…
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) November 23, 2020
US election: Donald Trump could run for president again in 2024
Donald Trump has told his confidante that he is running for the presidency US election 2024 plans – and thus already accepts that he does White House must leave – at least internally. The Washington Post reports. Apparently, the incumbent president does not want to disappear from the scene. Rather, he plans to become an “omnipresent” force in politics and the media, possibly with another term. The campaign “Trump 2024“Become a reality.
Thereby plan Trump in addition, retaliation against those who made him this US election would have betrayed – including Fox News. The conservative broadcaster was the first in the US to announce Biden’s victory in Arizona. In addition, the critical reporting had against Donald Trump generally increased in the last few weeks.
Donald Trump: Victory in the US election in 2024 would be a “comeback of all political comebacks”
A former Trump– Advisor, Sam Nunberg, urges the current president to be careful not to announce a new candidacy early on. On the one hand it is “wasted effort”, but on the other hand it is also important that the republican To keep a “firm grip” and to establish oneself as a top candidate immediately.
“It’s pretty cool to be elected in 2016, it’s historic. But it would be the comeback of all political comebacks if he did 2024 wins again. “Whether he is running or not: Donald Trump will the Republican Party dominate for years. This is how Michael Steele, an advisor to the Republican and Trump-critical “Lincoln Project”, sees it. “He wants the party to be devoured by him and his madness,” said Steele. Nick Mulvaney, Trump’s former chief of staff, also expects to run again. “He doesn’t like to lose,” he said in an interview with “The Recount”. In addition, Trump is still a little younger than Joe Biden this year.
President Trump’s former Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney predicts Trump might run in 2024: “He doesn’t like losing.” pic.twitter.com/hGlAUCaYJr
— The Recount (@therecount) November 5, 2020
Donald Trump 2024? The current president needs money first
After the inauguration of Joe Biden on January 20th Donald Trump initially retreat to Florida, where he spends the winter in his resort Mar-a-Lago. That Trump could build his own media empire is becoming increasingly unlikely. The undertaking would be extremely arduous – and would not guarantee success.
However, must Donald Trump still flushing money into the coffers – with as little work as possible. So he did a research of the „New York Times“ according to about $ 421 million in loan debt to be paid. He’s going to have to monetize his post-presidency time in some way.
This can be done through paid speeches for corporations, television appearances or the proceeds from ticket sales for his rallies. The “Washington Post” also brings into play the possibility of memoirs from his time as US President to compose. One book, which certainly turns out to be Best seller for Donald Trump could prove. (Lukas Rogalla)
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