Donald Trump Hints He'll Run For President in 2024 | 22 Words

In his first speech since leaving the US office, former president, Donald Trump, has hinted that it's not over yet...

As he's alluded to running in the 2024 elections.

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Keep scrolling to see exactly what he said on the matter...

Now, throughout his entire reign as President of the United States, Donald Trump's behavior has been controversial.

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From a temporary travel ban on Muslims entering and leaving the U.S. and banning transgender people from the military...

The man really knew how to spark global outrage.

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While maintaining a healthy number of supporters.

But in 2019, he paid the price for it.


Trump underwent an impeachment trial on charges of abuse of power and obstruction of Congress.

And even though the Senate acquitted Trump of these charges on February 5, 2020, the impeachment left a nasty stain on the president's reputation.

And, to make things even worse...

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Shortly after the impeachment charges were dropped, the world was hit by the coronavirus pandemic which Trump went on to handle awfully.

The people of America were left grieving and feeling angry...

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But of course, this didn't stop him from running as president for a second term in last year's 2020 elections.

Trump's presidential campaign was as chaotic as we'd all expected...

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And in comparison to Democratic candidate Joe Biden's toned-down campaign, Trump seemed to be desperately grasping at straws.

He was clearly in panic mode...

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And right up until November 3rd, when the votes started to get counted, Trump continued to spread lies about Biden and his campaign team in a desperate bid to be reelected.

But these efforts were to little avail.

On November 7th, it was confirmed that Joe Biden had won the election by amassing 284 electoral college seats to Trump's 214.

But Trump's refusal to concede to Biden only poured more fuel on his army of angry supporters...

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And this lead to the shocking scenes at the U.S Capitol building on January 6th.

At a "Save America" rally held in Washington D.C, the president encouraged his supporters to "fight for their country"...

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Which lead to thousands of them flocking to the Capitol building and breaking in to cause total and utter havoc.

Chants could be heard saying, "Stop the steal!"...

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And terrifying scenes soon started to unfold, with angry rioters looting personal and valuable items from the offices and chambers as members of Congress were quietly evacuated from the building.

It was history in the making...

And it was also, undeniably, the biggest security breach our country has faced since 9/11.

Trump eventually issued a series of small tweets asking for his supporters to simply "go home"...

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And he down-right refused to take any responsibility for the riot, despite him being the one who encouraged his supporters to literally "fight back" earlier that day.

This lead to him being suspended indefinitely from all major social media platforms, including Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, and YouTube.

Of course, we all know how much Trump loved Twitter, so this was a huge deal.

But, along with the social media ban, Trump's lack of concern over his supporter's violence got Congress talking...

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And Nancy Pelosi, along with many other members of Congress, began to prepare a vote to impeach Trump over his role in the riots.

And even though the then-Vice-President Mike Pence refused to invoke the 25th amendment, which is what would have removed Trump from office immediately...

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The votes spoke loud and clear.

Trump was officially impeached... Again.

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It was announced that the House had voted on an article of impeachment that accuses Trump of "incitement of insurrection", with 10 republicans reportedly supporting the move.

Trump became the first president in history to be impeached twice.

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The final vote was 232-197, as per The Guardian.

Trump issued a video speech addressing the initial impeachment.

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"As I have said, the incursion of the US Capitol struck at the very heart of our Republic. It angered and appalled millions of Americans across the political spectrum," he said. "I want to be very clear. I unequivocally condemn the violence that we saw last week. Violence and vandalism have absolutely no place in our country and no place in our movement."

He continued:

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​"Making America great again has always been about defending the rule of law, supporting the men and women of law enforcement, and upholding our nation's most sacred traditions and values."

"Mob violence goes against everything I believe in and everything our movement stands for."

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And it seems as though his pleas worked, as the former president was acquitted yet again in the shortest impeachment trial the US has ever seen.

And despite all the controversy he's caused...

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It seems he's not finished yet.

Donald Trump appeared at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) where he gave his first speech since leaving office as US president.

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Trump addressed the rumours about starting a new political party, saying: "I am not starting a new party. That was fake news."

"We're not starting new parties. You know, they kept saying, 'He's going to start a brand new party.' We have the Republican Party. It's going to unite and be stronger than ever before."

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Before jokingly adding, "Wouldn't that be brilliant - let's start a new party and let's divide our vote, so that you can never win. No, we're not interested in that. We have tremendous [polling figures]."

Trump also hinted at running for president once again.

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"Who knows. I may decide to beat them for a third time," he said.

Adding that he "may" decided to run.

Speaking about the "incredible journey," he added that "it is far from over."

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"We will be victorious and America will be stronger and greater than ever before."

So, it looks as though this isn't the last we've heard of Donald Trump...

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