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    Former US president Donald Trump has spoken about Prince Harry, Meghan Markle, Boris Johnson and the Capitol Hill riot in a GB News interview with Nigel Farage. The show, which will be broadcast at 7pm tomorrow, has been billed as a 'world exclusive' and will also see Mr Trump asked whether he will run for president again. A preview clip with dramatic music showed the duo sitting together, had a tagline saying 'nothing is off limits' and revealed they will also discuss climate change.  Former US president Donald Trump sat down for an interview with Nigel Farage for GB News The interview, which will be broadcast at 7pm tomorrow, has been billed as a 'world exclusive' The interview was promoted by Mr Farage, who told his 1.6million followers: 'Don't miss it!' The video also included a short quote from Mr Trump saying: 'I think you'll be happy in the future too' - although it did not provide any further context. Mr Farage and Mr Trump have appeared together on stage before, with the former Ukip leader speaking at an election...
    Donald Trump's disgraced ex-fixer says he's convinced the former president won't run for the White House again - and that he's only teasing a second stint in office to keep donor cash flowing in.    Cohen, speaking to Meet the Press on Sunday, said that Trump will not run and merely hold on for as long as possible to collect money from donors and 'keep the grift going.' The former lawyer turned Trump critic - who spent prison time for tax evasion and campaign finance violations - said that Trump is running the greatest grift in American history.     'Donald Trump has made it very clear, right, that he is grifting off of the American people, these supporters, these individuals that are just sending money to him at record levels,' Cohen told host Chuck Todd. 'It's really amazing that people don't see exactly what the guy is doing,' he added. In August, Trump was revealed to have raised more than $100 million from donors since leaving office, with that war chest likely to have swollen substantially since then.  President Trump's former lawyer Michael...
    Former President Donald Trump released a statement on lambasting Democrats' proposed billionaire's tax and said it would leave the country 'high and dry' on Wednesday.  The Republican, estimated to be a billionaire himself, suggested he'd leave the United States to avoid paying the penalty but then said he'd 'stick it out.' Democrats put details of their new tax proposal forward early on Wednesday as a way to pay for President Joe Biden's Build Back Better agenda. It was quickly derailed by bipartisan concerns and questions over the plan's constitutionality. 'What country will be the primary beneficiary from a “Billionaires Tax,” or Wealth Tax? Where will wealthy people and companies move to, leaving the United States high and dry?' Trump said in an emailed statement. 'Most don’t need to be in the U.S. anyway. I know all of those very smartly run countries, and they are all thrilled by what the Radical Left maniacs are doing in Congress. 'I just wonder, will I be allowed to run for president again if I move to another country? No, I guess I’ll just...
    In this article DWACVIDEO2:0602:06Anthony Scaramucci weighs in on Trump-linked SPACSquawk BoxHedge fund founder Anthony Scaramucci, who briefly served in the Trump administration, told CNBC on Friday he wants the SPAC linked to former President Donald Trump to succeed because it may stop him for running in the 2024 election. Scaramucci's comments on "Squawk Box" came as shares of special purpose acquisition company Digital World Acquisition Corp., which plans to merge with the newly created Trump Media & Technology Group, soared again in Friday's premarket trading. Shortly after Wall Street's open, DWAC again surged higher, one day after shares jumped more than 350% to close at $35.54 apiece on the late Wednesday tie-up announcement. "I want that thing to go up like another 10 times. The more it goes up, the less likelihood Donald Trump is running for president in 2024, so I'm rooting for that SPAC," said Scaramucci, who founded the hedge fund SkyBridge Capital and served as White House communications for a mere 10 days in July 2017. Scaramucci said Trump is dangerous to American democracy. "He was part of the...
    Joe Rogan , host of The Joe Rogan Experience and a UFC commentator, suggested that former President Donald Trump will not only run for president in 2024 but that he will win. Speaking with Amanda Knox, the woman who was acquitted in Italy's Supreme Court after being accused of murder as an exchange student, on his podcast, Rogan said Trump would "100% try" after being asked if he thinks the 45th president will run in 2024. "He's probably going to win," Rogan said following Knox's comparison between former Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi and Trump. FIVE REASONS BIDEN’S APPROVAL RATINGS HAVE TAKEN A POUNDING "How is Joe Biden going to win? How is it possible he's going to beat anybody?" Rogan asked. "After you've seen him speak, after you've seen the decay and the decline, how is that possible? They've done a terrible job. The Democrats f***ed up royally by making that guy the president." Biden is "not very inspiring," Knox said, but she suggested that Democrats would likely let someone else run, such...
    Melania Trump will be at her husband's side if former President Trump decides to run for another term in the White House, according to advisers and figures close to the couple. They hit back at a recent report that Melania was intent on avoiding another four years as first lady.  'If you see them together at Mar-a-Lago you know they are in this together and all the reports about them leading separate lives are nonsense,' said a frequent visitor to Trump's Florida club.  Trump has dropped frequent hints that he is planning a 2024 run but aides say he is unlikely to make a formal announcement until after nest year's midterm elections. That leaves political commentators guessing about his intentions - and those of his wife. Insiders told CNN on Sunday that the former model was content being a mother to 15-year-old Barron and had 'zero desire' to return to the White House.  But allies responded by insisting the report was false.  'If [Trump] runs, she will be right there,' an adviser told Politico.  'She's not going to have her...
    A new report suggests Melania Trump has no wish to be the First Lady again, nor does she plan to help her husband, former President Donald Trump, to regain the White House. Mr. Trump has yet to say definitively if he’ll run again, but as the world continues to speculate on whether he does or not, CNN’s Kate Bennett released a report describing Mrs. Trump’s retreat from the public spotlight. Bennett underlined her report by saying that Mrs. Trump has told people she has no desire to return to the White House, and doesn’t plan on helping her husband get there. “I’ve spoke to people who’ve said that she’s not even really interested in being in the White House again, going through being First Lady again,” Bennett report on CNN’s Inside Politics. “She really has no interest in helping her husband with…his next-step political ambitions.” Bennett also spoke about how Mrs. Trump is “an extremely private person,” and she and her husband “lead very independent lives” from one another. While Bennett said this wasn’t exactly a surprise, she noted...
    Former President Trump is considering competing in 2024. Photo: Alex Wong / . If the former president Donald trump is launched again into the presidential race “would be bad” for the United States, considered 60 percent of people. This is revealed by a recent Quinnipiac University poll, which highlights that only 19 percent of voters in general would support the former Republican president, while 41 percent say they are “less likely” to support him. “Nearly half of Americans, 49-39 percent, say Donald Trump will run for president in 2024,” the report states. “Most Americans (60 percent) think it would be bad for the country if Donald Trump ran for president in 2024, while 32 percent think it would be good for the country.” As for Republicans, 54 percent say they will be more likely to vote for the former president, although 34 percent say his presidential aspiration “doesn’t make a difference.” The poll comes amid a House of Representatives investigation into the January 6 insurrection by supporters of the former president. Despite this, the...
    Maggie Haberman assessed that it could be difficult for former President Donald Trump to have a future in politics while he’s tied up in the legal developments surrounding Allen Weisselberg. The New York Times reporter appeared on Thursday with CNN’s New Day to break down the news that Weisselberg, chief financial officer to the Trump Organization, has surrendered to the Manhattan district attorney’s office after being indicted in their long-running tax investigation. As Haberman dealt with questions on the likelihood of Weisselberg flipping on Trump, she said that her own question was whether or not Trump will try to distance himself from Weisselberg now. “That would be very hard to do with the CFO of your company who has been there for decades and seen everything,” said Haberman. “I just think it would be extremely hard to do and I think Donald Trump is aware of that.” Haberman went on by advising caution, saying “what this looks like going forward, I think is a huge open question, and anyone making declarations right now this morning at 6:00 A.M. before we have...
    More On: kirsten gillibrand Gov. Cuomo signs tax hikes, calls on feds to lift cap on SALT deductions ‘Unicorns are infrastructure’: Sen. Gillibrand mocked for definition of Biden plan Letters to the Editor — March 17, 2021 Why Kirsten Gillibrand finally called on Gov. Cuomo to resign Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand wants to make another run for the White House, she said in a report published Thursday. “I definitely want to run for president again,” the New York Democrat told Politico. Gillibrand, 54, was one of a crowded field of Democrats who were looking for the party’s nod to run against President Donald Trump in 2020. “I learned so much on that campaign: about myself, about the country, about how to be successful as a politician,” she added. “I became a much better speaker and became better at my job.” One of her memorable moments in her first came bid came during a televised debate when she was asked what her first act as president would be. After falling out of the race, Kirsten Gillibrand eventually endorsed Joe Biden...
    DONALD Trump is planning another run for the presidency in 2024 and “wants to fight,” according it his White House doctor. Rep Ronny Jackson, who is now in Congress after working for many years as the White House physician, said his former boss was leaning towards “yes” in making a bid to return to power. 4Donald Trump is planning to run for the presidency in 2024, according to his former White House doctorCredit: AP 4Ronny Jackson is now a Texas congressmanCredit: EPA "He says he's going to run so we'll see," Jackson told Business Insider on Capitol Hill. "He has been saying he's going to. He's seriously considering it — he's probably going to do it — so we'll see what happens." The former president has recently been spending a lot of his time at his Mar-a-Lago estate in Florida and Jackson said he met Trump there five or six weeks ago. 4Jackson said he met Trump has is Mar-a-Lago estate in Florida about five or six weeks agoCredit: AP Donald Trump backed Jackson in 2020 for the 13th congressional...
    Sen. Kirsten GillibrandKirsten GillibrandSenators shed masks after CDC lifts mandate Overnight Defense: Administration approves 5M arms sale to Israel | Biden backs ceasefire in call with Netanyahu | Military sexual assault reform push reaches turning point Push to combat sexual assault in military reaches turning point MORE (D-N.Y.) says she’s is “definitely” eyeing another run for president. “I definitely want to run for president again,” Gillibrand, who previously ran for the White House in 2020, told Politico in an article published Thursday. “I learned so much on that campaign: about myself, about the country, about how to be successful as a politician. I became a much better speaker and became better at my job,” she added. Gillibrand did note, however, that she feels more “energized” than ever to be a senator. Gillibrand, who first entered the Senate in 2009 to fill Hillary ClintonHillary Diane Rodham ClintonPrevailing 'anti' campaigns lead to disunity and volatility The curious case of the COVID-19 origin Harris headlining Asian American Democratic PAC's summit MORE’s seat after she became Secretary of State, ran an unsuccessful campaign for president in 2020, dropping out...
    Kanye West is mulling over the idea of throwing his hat into the race for president again in 2024.  According to a letter issued to the Federal Election Commission (FEC) obtained by Fox News, the rapper responded to a Request for Further Information (RFAI) in which his representatives note that his Kanye 2020 committee that prompted the request is "strictly exploratory."  "Kanye West has not decided whether to become a candidate for president in the 2024 election," the letter reads. "And that the activity of the Kanye 2020 committee that prompted this RFAI is strictly exploratory."  The letter concludes by noting that the rapper is refusing to file any further paperwork on the matter until such time as he’s figured out his candidacy.
    TRUMP won’t be able to run for president again if he doesn’t improve his health and diet, one of his top allies has said. Rev. Franklin Graham, the president of Billy Graham Evangelistic Association and an early supporter to the former president, said he was unsure if Trump’s health would permit another campaign. 5Former president Donald Trump is known for his love of fast foodCredit: Instagram 5Trump has also been known to struggle with his weight,Credit: AFP Speaking to Axios on HBO, Graham said: "I think for him, everything will depend on his health at that time. “If he still has energy and strength like he does.” "You know the guy does not eat well, you know, and it's amazing the energy that he has," Graham added.  Graham went on to say the former president’s reported weight loss could pave the way for another campaign. "He's lost weight, fifteen pounds, Maybe. So he might be in good health and in good shape. I don't know." A long-time supporter of Trump, Graham praised his term in office following his November election...
    Chris Christie is seriously considering launching a 2024 bid to try his hand at winning the White House again, at least three sources familiar with his thinking told Axios. The former Republican New Jersey governor toasted to friends, according to the Wednesday report, that so far he would be the only Republican in the 2024 primary field with executive experience. Christie, 58, has also revealed to confidants that whether former President Donald Trump runs or not will not affect his own decision on the matter. If Trump doesn't run, however, the field would be wide open and likely muddied with another crowded primary contest. A lot of this is based on private conversations as Christie has not made any real public remarks on the matter – except for telling conservative radio host Hugh Hewitt in December 2020 that he isn't ruling out a run in the future. Former New Jersey Governor Chris Christie is 'seriously considering' a presidential run in 2024 The Trump ally said whether the former president runs or not will not affect his decision. Trump...
    MIKE Pence is reportedly laying the groundwork for a presidential run in 2024, after being snubbed by Donald Trump for refusing to back him in election fraud claims. The reports come after Trump named Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis and Sens. Josh Hawley and Ted Cruz as those he considers the future leaders of the Republican Party. 6Former vice president Mike Pence is thought to be laying the groundwork for a presidential run in 2024Credit: Getty 6Trump reportedly snubbed Pence for not supporting him in allegations of voter fraudCredit: AP Former vice president Pence has been steadily reentering public life by joining conservative organizations, writing op-eds, delivering speeches and launching a 'video podcast' with an advocacy group that will focus on promoting the Trump administration’s accomplishments. GOP strategists say Pence's actions since leaving office, like remaining in the Washington, D.C. arre signs he could seek public office again – even aiming for the presidency. Pence, 61, broke ties with Trump, 74, after the November 2020 election, when the former President made insubstantial claims of voter fraud. Trump told audiences Democrats 'stole'...
    New York : Brad Parscale was President Trump’s campaign manager. Photo: Astrid Stawiarz / . Brad Parscale he is asking his former boss, the former president Donald trump, that it competes again for the presidential election, since after two political trials it could be successful. Former President Trump’s former campaign manager had to resign last season after problems with rallies and alleged suicide attempt. “If you were only judged twice, you must re-introduce yourself. Because to change the system they must kick your cu # $ “he tweeted. “I would love to be [sic] the only president to be indicted three times. Because history remembers those who did not conform. I’m inside, right? “ Statement to Trump: “If they only impeached you twice, you need to run again. Because to change the system you have to kick it in the a # $. I would love to be the only President to be impeached three times. Because history remembers those that didn’t conform. I’m in, are you? “ – Brad Parscale (@parscale) February 6,...
    THE head of the Republican National Committee said the party will not encourage Donald Trump to run for president again in 2024. Chairman Ronna McDaniel said the party must remain "neutral," when considering Trump in comparison to other GOP candidates that may emerge. 4RNC Chairman Ronna McDaniel said that the party will remain 'neutral' should he choose to try to run in 2024Credit: Twitter 4McDaniel was a longtime Trump loyalistCredit: Getty Images - Getty "The party has to stay neutral," McDaniel told the Associated Press. "I'm not telling anybody to run or not to run in 2024. "That's going to be up to those candidates going forward. What I really do want to see him do, though, is help us win back majorities in 2022." McDaniel said that the focus of the party should be sticking together and working to gain some Congressional power back after Republicans lost the Senate, the House and the White House in the 2020 election. She also condemned the pro-Trump conspiracy theory movement, QAnon, as "dangerous," even though Trump himself refused to condemn the...
    NEW YORK -- The head of the Republican National Committee on Wednesday declined to encourage former President Donald Trump to run for the White House in 2024, saying the GOP would stay "neutral" in its next presidential primary.In an interview, RNC Chairman Ronna McDaniel also described the pro-Trump conspiracy theory group known as QAnon as "dangerous."The national GOP, under McDaniel's leadership, spent the past four years almost singularly focused on Trump's 2020 reelection. But should he run again in 2024 - and he has publicly and privately suggested he wants to - the national party infrastructure would not support his ambitions over other prospective candidates in accordance with party rules, she said."The party has to stay neutral. I'm not telling anybody to run or not to run in 2024," McDaniel told The Associated Press when asked whether she wanted to see Trump run again in the next presidential election. "That's going to be up to those candidates going forward. What I really do want to see him do, though, is help us win back majorities in 2022."Just months removed from...
    Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer said the Senate must convict President Trump of an impeachment charge in order to bar him using the prospect of a 2024 campaign to “poison the public arena” for the new Democratic White House and Congress. “After what he has done, the consequences of which we were all witness to, Donald Trump should not be eligible to run for office ever again,” the New York Democrat said Tuesday. Schumer will become the majority leader Wednesday afternoon after three new Senate Democrats are seated and incoming Vice President Kamala Harris becomes the 51st Democratic vote in a new 50-50 Senate. Schumer made clear the Senate will hold an impeachment trial, although Speaker Nancy Pelosi, a California Democrat, has not indicated when she’ll send the House-passed article over to the Senate. “Let me be clear,” Schumer said. “There will be an impeachment trial in the United States Senate. There will be a vote on convicting the president for high crimes and misdemeanors.” Schumer said if the Senate votes to convict Trump, which would require 67 votes,...
    Bradley Cortright January 19, 2021 0 Comments Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) says President Donald Trump should be disqualified from ever running for office again due to what he sees as the president’s role in inciting the mob that stormed the U.S. Capitol. “After what he has done, the consequences of which we were all witness to, Donald Trump should not be eligible to run for office ever again,” Schumer said during a speech on Tuesday. He continued, “All of us want to put this awful chapter in our nation’s history behind us. But healing and unity will only come if there is truth and accountability, not sweeping such a severe charge, such awful actions under the rug.” “So let me be clear, there will be an impeachment trial in the United States Senate. There will be a vote on convicting the president for high crimes and misdemeanors. And if the president is convicted, there will be a vote on barring him from running again,” he added. Watch the video below: Senate Minority Leader Schumer on impeachment: "Healing and unity will...
    President Donald Trump’s former national security adviser H.R. McMaster on Sunday’s broadcast of CBS’s “State of the Union,” said it would be “terribly divisive” if  Trump ran for president again. When anchor Jake Tapper asked if he would vote to convict the president if he was in the Senate, McMaster said, “I’m not in the Senate and… I try to steer clear of any kind of partisan politics.” Tapper said, “I don’t believe that taking a position against a president inciting his fans to stage a terrorist attack on the Capitol that resulted in bloodshed in an effort to stop the constitutional duty of members of Congress and vice president, I don’t see that as partisan and I don’t think you do, either.” McMaster said, “I don’t either. I agree that’s what happened. I don’t want to put myself in the role of a senator voting.” Tapper asked, “He might run again. Would you support him running again?” McMaster said, “I think it would be terribly divisive for our country for him to run again.” Follow Pam Key on Twitter...
    Former Trump national security adviser H.R. McMaster said on CNN Sunday it would be “terribly divisive” if Donald Trump ran for president again. Jake Tapper repeatedly pressed McMaster on whether he would vote to convict the president if he was in the Senate. McMaster was very critical of the president over his supporters’ violent riot at the Capitol, but didn’t directly say how he would vote, telling Tapper, “I’m not in the Senate and… I try to steer clear of any kind of partisan politics.” Tapper remarked, “I don’t believe that taking a position against a president inciting his fans to stage a terrorist attack on the Capitol that resulted in bloodshed in an effort to stop the constitutional duty of members of Congress and vice president, I don’t see that as partisan and I don’t think you do, either.” “I don’t either,’ McMaster said. “I agree that’s what happened. I don’t want to put myself in the role of a senator voting.” “He might run again. Would you support him running again?” Tapper asked. McMaster responded, “I think it...
    MOSCOW (Reuters) -Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Thursday he had not yet decided whether or not he would run for president again when his current term in the Kremlin ends in 2024, and that it was too early to talk about it. Putin presided over sweeping constitutional reforms this year that, among other things, allow him to run for two more six-year terms as president, potentially extending his rule until 2036. The 68-year-old leader, in power as president or prime minister since the turn of the century, had been due to step down when his second consecutive presidential term, his fourth in total, ends in 2024. "I haven't decided for myself whether I'll run or not in the election in 2024," he told reporters at his televised annual news conference. (Reporting by Vladimir Soldatkin, Andrew Osborn and Polina Nikolskaya; writing by Tom Balmforth; Editing by Mark Trevelyan) Copyright 2020 Thomson Reuters. Tags: Russia, Asia, European Union, Europe
    Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan makes the case for his version of the future of the national Republican Party in a video being released Monday by his national advocacy organization, An America United, as speculation continues to swirl about whether he will run for president in 2024.  The video, first obtained by Fox News, is adapted from a speech Hogan gave on Nov. 16 at the Reagan Foundation. It comes at a time when, with President Trump having lost the presidential election but denying the results and saying that he might run again in 2024, the Republican Party is forced to grapple with just how much of a role it wants Trump to play in its future.  "As Reagan said, we are once again at a time for choosing. Are we going to be a party that can't win national elections or are we doing to do the hard work of building a durable coalition that will shape our nation's destiny?" Hogan said. "I'm a guy who tells it like it is. So here's a truth that our party needs to hear: No...
    DONALD Trump has told his allies that he will run again for president in 2024, and could announce it before the new year. A source familiar with internal discussions told Reuters of Trump's plans on Wednesday. ⚠️ Read our US election live blog for the latest news & updates 2Trump might run againCredit: Getty Images - Getty The US Constitution allows presidents to serve two four-year terms and they do not have to be consecutive. A long list of Republicans are said to be considering a run for the 2024 presidential election, including Trump’s own vice president, Mike Pence. US news media have called the 2020 race for Biden, but Trump is contesting the results in a series of legal challenges in a handful of battleground states - in an attempt to back his unsupported claims of widespread voting fraud and irregularities. Trump on Wednesday endorsed Republican National Committee chair Ronna McDaniel to stay on in her position, in what one source said could be a prelude to Trump announcing plans to run for president in 2024. 2He has...
    Valerie Biden Owens said her brother, President-elect Joe Biden, will run for a second term - and not think about President Donald Trump after Inauguration Day.  Owens answered 'absolutely' and 'sure' when asked about 2024 during a sit-down interview with Axios on HBO. 'He's transitional in that he's bringing in all these young people and bringing [us] back again [so] we're not a dividied country,' she said. 'But sure. He's going strong,' she said of her 77-year-old brother.  Axios' Mike Allen asked Owens, Joe Biden's closest confidante, if the president-elect would 'forgive' Trump or find a 'path forward' with the outgoing Republican president, she answered, 'Why? It's a moot point.'  'He's never going to see Donald Trump again,' Owens said. 'Donald Trump is going off the stage on January 20 and that's history, that's past.'  While the race was called in Biden's favor on Saturday, Trump continues to refuse to concede the election to his Democratic opponent, tweeting, 'WE WILL WIN!' Tuesday morning.   President-elect Joe Biden's sister, Valerie Biden Owens (left), sat down with Axios on HBO and told Mike...
    Getty Trump Now that various sites are calling the 2020 presidential election for former Vice President Joe Biden, some people are wondering: Will Trump run for president again in 2024 if he loses? Can he? The answer is yes. Presidents can serve two terms. The 22nd Amendment reads, “No person shall be elected to the office of the President more than twice.” But Trump has only served once. Presidents don’t have to serve two terms consecutively. Trump would be 78 years old, but that’s the age Biden is now. However, there would be some impediments to another run. First, Trump would have to earn the Republican Party’s nomination. As with Hillary Clinton, sometimes party’s move on, and they’re not thrilled about nominating a polarizing figure who didn’t make it through the last time. How Trump handles the next few days and weeks will matter too. Already, some GOP senators are starting to split with the president over his claims on voter fraud. For example, Republican Senate Pat Toomey of Pennsylvania said on NBC’s Today show: “I saw the...
    DONALD Trump "will absolutely" run for re-election again in 2024 if he loses to Joe Biden this year, his ex-chief of staff Mick Mulvaney said. Mulvaney said on Thursday that he could see Trump running again if he's beaten by Biden during the fraught 2020 battle, which has seen protests erupt as Americans anxiously await the results. ⚠️ Read our US election live blog for the latest news & updates 10Mulvaney echoed other ex-aides' assessments that Trump will run again if he losesCredit: Twitter 10The president's ex-chief of staff said he 'would absolutely expect the president to stay involved in politics'Credit: Getty Images - Getty 10Trump incorrectly stated tonight that 'if you count the illegal votes –  [Democrats] can try to steal the election from us'Credit: Getty Images - Getty "After this election's over who is the leading Republican candidate for 2024?" he told the Dublin think tank Institute for International and European Affairs. "I think now, folks are starting to realize, wait a second, if Donald Trump loses he might be the guy, and I'm telling you, absolutely. "I would...
    Donald Trump’s former advisor has suggested the president could run again in the 2024 election if he loses this year. According to the Independent, the former communications director for Trump’s transition team in 2016, believes he would be able to “run again four years from now.” The U.S constitution does not allow presidents to serve more than two terms, but the terms do not have to be consecutive, which would allow Trump to be a candidate for the 2024 presidential election. But the 74-year-old’s campaign would have to be approved by the Republican party. Former presidential advisor Lanza highlighted how Biden could be successful if he wins the 2020 election. But, looking ahead, he feels Trump would be able to command a strong position in the primaries to potentially put him ahead of other Republican candidates in four years time. “Biden will have the opportunity to guide this country out of Covid, and we’ll see what his successes and failures are. And there’s nobody in the Republican party that can challenge Trump in the primaries,” he explained. Lanza also felt...
    DONALD Trump will run for President again in 2024 if he loses to Joe Biden on November 3, Steve Bannon has said. The former White House chief strategist, who also served as Trump's 2016 campaign CEO, made the prediction but said he thinks the US president will be re-elected this year. ⚠️ Follow our US election 2020 live blog for the latest news & updates 7Steve Bannon said he thinks Trump will win a second term this yearCredit: Splash News 7Trump may run for President again in 2024, Bannon predictedCredit: AFP or licensors If his prediction is correct, Trump would be the second president in American history to leave the White House and seek re-election four years later. Grover Cleveland, the first Democrat elected after the Civil War in 1885, was the 22nd and 24th American president. He failed to be re-elected after his first term (1885-1889), but he run for president again four years later and returned to the White House for a second term (1893-1897). Bannon also suggested the election result will go to the Supreme Court,...
              Former Governor Terry McAuliffe filed paperwork to run for governor in 2021, joining field of four other Democrats and another four Republicans who have filed or declared serious interest in running in the 2021 primary. Strategist and Democratic political pundit Ben Tribbett told The Virginia Star that filing to run is not the same as an official declaration as Virginia does not allow exploratory committees. “When people say they’re exploring a run for office, they either have to form a political action committee and raise money through that, or they have to file a real committee,” Tribbett said. Meanwhile, McAuliffe spokesman Brennan Bilberry told the Associated Press, “Governor McAuliffe is making no decisions on 2021 until after we defeat Donald Trump and his hateful ideology.” Democrats who have filed or announced their candidacy for the gubernatorial nomination include Delegate Jennifer Carroll Foy (D-Woodbridge), Lieutenant Governor Justin Fairfax, Attorney General Mark Herring, and Senator Jennifer McClellan (D-Richmond). However Senator Amanda Chase (R-Colonial Heights) is the only official candidate for the Republican primary as of...
    US rapper Kanye West has said he is running for president, potentially pitting him against a man he says he admires, Donald Trump. "We must now realize the promise of America by trusting God, unifying our vision and building our future," he tweeted. "I am running for president of the United States!" His wife Kim Kardashian West and entrepreneur Elon Musk endorsed him. But it's unclear whether West is really running. He does not appear to have registered his name with the Federal Election Commission (FEC) for November's election. The closest name the FEC database shows is a candidate called "Kanye Deez Nutz West", who filed their papers with the Green Party in 2015 under the address "1977 Golddigger Avenue, Suite Yeezus" and appears to have raised no money. Skip Twitter post by @kanyewest We must now realize the promise of America by trusting God, unifying our vision and building our future. I am running for president of the United States
    (CNN)Russian President Vladimir Putin has hinted strongly in a new interview that he will run again for president, if a series of constitutional amendments allowing him to do so are approved in a July 1 referendum.Under Russia's current law, Putin would be required to step down as president in 2024, when his term in office comes to an end.The amendments would pave the way for him to stay in power after his term ends, potentially until 2036.Why Vladimir Putin is shaking up RussiaThe changes to the constitution have already been approved by lawmakers, and by Russia's supreme court.In an interview which aired Sunday on Russian state television, Putin said he had "not ruled out" running for another term, if the amendments are approved by voters.Read More"You know, I'll say absolutely frankly now: If this [constitutional change] does not happen, in two years -- I know this from my own experience -- instead of normal, steady work at various levels of power, everyone will start looking around for possible successors," the 67-year-old said."We need to get on with work, not look...
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