Former WH Adviser: Trump Is ‘Definitely’ Running in 2024
Jason Miller probability is between 99 and 100%
Former White House advisor Jason Miller said Donald Trump would “definitely” run for president in 2024.
Miller told Cheddar News on Thursday:
“I would say the likelihood is somewhere between 99 and 100%."
“I think he’s definitely running in 2024."
"I had a good conversation with him last night; I’m going to go see him in a couple of days here.
"He hasn’t said the magical words to me, but if you talk to him for a few minutes, it’s pretty clear that he’s running.”
“I think what we’ve seen in Afghanistan recently has really just emboldened that,” Miller continued.
Miller joins a number of Trump allies who say he will be seeking to return to the Oval Office.
Republican Ohio Rep. Jim Jordan also said he believes Trump will once again seek the Party’s nomination.
“I think he’s gonna run. I want him to run,” Jordan said.
New York Times reporter Maggie Haberman later tweeted Trump will declare “sooner rather than later.”
Trump recently told The Daily Wire’s Candace Owens that his decision would make people “very, very happy.”
He also confirmed he has already made his decision on running, as per Fox News.
Neon Nettle reported earlier this year that seventy-three percent of the Republican base wants Trump to run for president again, with 83% of the GOP saying they would vote for him in 2024.
In a head-to-head race with Vice President Kamala Harris, Trump would win by 4 points.
Trump would swamp every single challenger in the primary, according to a new McLaughlin & Associates survey.
Trump leads with 57%, followed by former Vice President Mike Pence at 10%, Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis at 8%, and former United Nations Ambassador Nikki Haley at 5% in the potential primary.
Earlier this year, Republican Rep. Liz Cheney said she would not vote for Trump if he ran again for president in 2024.
"I think for us as a party, we've got to be the party of hope and aspiration, and we cannot embrace insurrection."
"We can't minimize what happened on January 6th, and I think that all of us, regardless of partisanship, have an obligation and a duty to the Constitution."
"If Donald Trump were the 2024 nominee, would you support him?" asked Cavuto.
"I would not," said Cheney.