Donald Trump – Former US President Is Planning To Run For 2024 Presidentship
Former president of the United State of America, Donald Trump revealed in an interview that he’s ‘very seriously’ at running for president again in 2024.
Since he left the white House, he haven’t shown himself to the media. During his very first television interview after loosing the election, Trump made mention of his Presidential ambitions. He also said that Joe Biden pattern of handling the southern border isn’t good.
And also warned that Latin America was ‘sending rapists’ into US.
The interview was held by Fox news, in the former president’s estate. -Sean Hannity.
During election, I got tremendous numbers. No sitting president has ever come closer to the numbers I got.
Donald Trump, currently 74 years, also mentioned that he is not ready to officially declare his candidacy.
Not only that, he made mention of what he did during his tenure as the president.
These are what he claimed:
1. Reduction of tax especially for the employees.
2. He reduced the cost of drugs prescriptions.
3. Creation of Space Force and built parts of a wall along the border with Mexico.
In march 2021, more than one hundred and seventy thousand migrants were taken into custody at the U.S.-Mexico border. He attacked Biden for allowing such number of immigrants. This is the highest monthly, since 2006. President Biden’s immigration policies are very bad he continued.
Most of these arriving immigrants are criminals and drug traffickers. He added that if the president continue doing this, corruption and crime will increase in the country.
These are Donald Trump words
“They are sending us people that in many cases – not in all cases – are murderers, drug dealers, human traffickers, rapists, really bad people”.
‘It’s a horrible situation,’ the former president added. ‘It could destroy our country. People are pouring in.’
He told Hannity that he was looking forward to campaigning on behalf of Republican candidates for the 2022 election, and said they should embrace his policies ‘if they want to win’.