According to reports, President Donald Trump plans to run again for the presidency in 2024 after losing his seat to President elect Joe Biden. Trump told his close associates that he is heavily considering reclaiming his seat in the next election.
Mr. Trump’s former acting chief of staff, Mick Mulvaney, said he expects his former boss to be at the forefront in the 2024 United States election. He said,” Now, I think folks are starting to realize that if Donald loses, he might be the guy to run again in 2024. I would absolutely expect the President to stay involved in politics and would put him on the list of people who are likely to run in 2024,” he added, “He doesn’t like losing.”
Mick based his argument on the fact that the President will be 4 years younger than Joe Biden in the next Presidential election. Although Trump lost the election, he has continued to question its legitimacy. For him, it was a long time coming, he started to complain about the possibility of the elections being rigged in Biden’s favor before the election began.
Donald, who garnered 232 electoral votes, declared victory in some states when the counting process was still in operation. He said, “Arizona, we have a lot of life in there. We are winning in Pennsylvania with a tremendous amount of votes. This is a fraud on the American people. This is an embarrassment to our country.”
Mr. Trump went on to add, “To me, this is a very sad moment for our country, but we will win this. As far as I’m concerned, we have already won the election.” After all these comments, Trump had managed to convince his supporters that the election was illegitimate. Donald supporters took to the streets chanting victory and went to polling stations in states which they knew they were behind in and chanted, “Stop counting.”
Meanwhile, President-elect Biden appointed Ron Klain, who is 59 years old, as chief of staff. According to news outlet Al Jazeera, Joe, who hasn’t yet been sworn in as President, already started forming his administration even though Trump refuses to accept defeat. Mr. Klain, whom the President elect has appointed, had earlier served in the Obama government as chief of staff for the then Vice President.