A comeback that he wishes to point out. After a tumultuous presidency, punctuated by scandals and marked by the coronavirus pandemic, Donald Trump left the White House on January 20, 2021 to recharge his batteries away from the throes of power in a luxurious bunker in Mar-a-Lago, Florida. Discreet since his departure, the real estate mogul, however, persists in keeping a link with American political life, he who could not recognize his defeat to Joe Biden in November 2020. The ex-star of The Apprentice thus made his return to the front of the stage this Friday, June 4, during the annual convention of the republicans. The opportunity for him to raise the suspense around a possible second presidential campaign.
Indeed, during his speech and as reported by the British tabloid The Mirror on Sunday, June 6, the 45th President of the United States let it be known that he would resume his place at 1600, Pennsylvania Avenue “much faster than you. do not think so “, without confirming his plans for 2024. The rumors are however tenacious, especially as Donald Trump was able to escape a damning verdict at the end of a second impeachment procedure. With his relatives, and always according to our colleagues from across the Channel, the husband of Melania Trump assured that he would be reinstated in the White House “imminently.”
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If he does not confirm any noise from the hallway, Donald Trump does not hide the thought of the 2024 election. He would even be encouraged to relaunch himself in the race for the White House by an American personality, who has become a member of the royal family of England. : Meghan Markle. Archie’s mother, who could soon give birth to her second child, is reportedly eyeing the U.S. presidency in the event Joe Biden does not run for re-election at the end of his term. Rumors that Donald Trump interpreted as a challenge. “I hope that will happen. If it happened, I think I would want to compete even more,” admitted the politician to Fox News.
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