Trump Warns Democrats of 2024 Run: You’re ‘Going to Find Out the Hard Way’
'And we’ll do it again. We’re going to be doing it again. A third time'
Former President Donald Trump strongly hinted at a 2024 presidential run during his speech at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) saying, “we’re going to be doing it again."
The 45th president warned his detractors that “They’re going to find out the hard way” after the midterms and 2024 general election.
“And this is some crowd. We broke the record again, but they’re going to find out the hard way starting on November 8, and then again even more so on November 2024,” Trump said.
“They will find out like never before we did it twice,” he said.
“And we’ll do it again. We’re going to be doing it again.
"A third time," Trump declared.
Trump’s remarks are another massive signal of his 2024 candidacy officially.
Last year, he told Newsmax he would make an announcement about 2024 “in the not too distant future,” adding he might want to wait for the results of the midterm elections.
Trump ended his CPAC speech by driving home the importance of the upcoming midterms, calling home a “tipping point for the country.”
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Trump then declared, “We must win in 2024.”
“This coming midterm election is more critical than ever before,” Trump said.
“I’m asking all of you to fight and work hard to elect candidates that believe in the principles and policies that we hold so dear,” Trump added.
“This is a tipping point for the country, and the stakes could not be higher.”
“Losing is not an option. We must win in 2022. We must win in 2024.”
Last month, we reported that a vast majority of American voters believe Democrat Joe Biden will not be reelected in 2024, a new poll has found.
As Neon Nettle reported:
The Rasmussen survey shows that only 28 percent of likely U.S. voters think that Biden will be elected for a second term in th next general election.
While few think Biden will win reelection, a staggering 21 percent believes he will retire before the end of his first term.
Meanwhile, a plurality (38 percent) of likely voters say he will lose the election to the Republicans’ 2024 nominee.