Donald Trump Hints at 2024 Run in Brand New Charlie Kirk Interview

Donald Trump Hints at 2024 Run in Brand New Charlie Kirk Interview

Former President Donald Trump teased once again that he was going to run for the presidency in 2024, this time on The Charlie Kirk Show.

Kirk asked Trump if he was close to making a decision to run in 2024 to beat the Democrats.

Trump did not answer directly, saying that he believed people would be “very happy” after the midterms.

“I might decide before to be honest with you. Sometimes I look at what’s going on in this country and I just say, ‘How can we wait?'” Trump said, criticizing President Joe Biden for his handling of the economy and inflation.

“We had a great economy,” Trump said. “We had great everything and none of these things would have happened including the Ukraine war. We’d have a strong border,” he said.

Trump has recently dogged Biden over his Ukraine fumble, saying at CPAC this past weekend that he believed that Putin was playing Biden “like a drum.”

“Putin is playing Biden like a drum,” Trump said. “It would have been so easy for me to stop this travesty from happening.”

“We have a world that’s ready to disintegrate over energy and he’s talking about global warming.”
Americans who were polled believe that Putin wouldn’t have invaded Ukraine, had Trump been in office.

A Harvard Center for American Political Studies (CAPS)-Harris Poll survey found that 62 percent of respondents believed that Putin would not have initiated the invasion of Ukraine if Trump was in power. 85 percent of Republicans and even 38 percent of Democrats said this in the poll. Trump said that there were a lot of “hoaxes” during his time in the White House, but that people “see what’s happening now and they want it back.”


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