Trump hannity : Trump tells Sean Hannity that he has’made up his mind’ about running for President in 2024.
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Former Republican President Donald Trump told Fox News anchor Sean Hannity that he has decided whether or not to run for president in 2024.
Trump made the remark during a Fox News town hall on Wednesday night, which Hannity hosted.
“I have to inquire as to where you are in the course of,” says the narrator. “Have you made up your mind without knowing what the solution is?” Hannity began before ultimately asking, “Without knowing what the answer is, have you made up your mind?”
Trump said, “Yes.”
Trump then added, “It’s not that I want to.” “It is required by the country. We must look after this land. Battling continually, fighting all the time, isn’t fun.”
Trump has never said whether he plans to run for president in 2024. Some Republicans fear that if he runs, he would hurt moderate Republican candidates in state contests and renew debate over his role in the January 6 Capitol riots.
Trump declared that he would lose the 2020 presidential election owing to an unparalleled voter fraud scheme even before he lost.
Despite the fact that over 60 fraud charges filed by his campaign and GOP leaders have been dismissed by courts owing to a lack of evidence, he has maintained the claim.
Several protesters arrested for rioting at the Capitol on January 6 said they were acting on Trump’s orders to prevent the election from being certified.
Far-right Republicans in Congress, such as Georgia Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene and Florida Representative Matt Gaetz, have praised Trump as the party’s future leader.
Meanwhile, some Republicans in Congress, including as Illinois Rep. Adam Kinzinger and Wyoming Rep. Liz Cheney, have denounced Trump as a dangerous and anti-democratic figure.
According to a Quinnipiac University poll released in late May, 66 percent of Republican supporters want Trump to run in 2024. Only 30% of those polled were opposed to the proposal.
When all voters answered, the results were reversed. Only 30% of voters backed Trump’s re-election, while 66 percent opposed it.
According to the same poll, 85% of Republican supporters want future Republican candidates to agree with Trump on policy concerns.
During an interview with conservative talk show host Joe Pags on May 20, Trump claimed he was “very strongly contemplating” running for president again.
“Everyone wants me to do it,” Trump continued, “and the polls all indicate I have to do it.” He also stated that he would most likely make his final decision after the midterm elections in 2022.
“We have elections coming up, and I’m focused on that,” he said. “We want to get House members in.” “We could pick up a few more senators, but I’d like to concentrate on that.”
During the rest of the town hall, Trump and Hannity talked on the opioid problem, immigration at the southern border, and Democratic Vice President Joe Biden’s “cognitive decline,” according to Hannity.