As Americans continue to watch the political machinations that surround us, it is becoming rather apparent that a great undulation is currently underway. Polls are coming at us hard and fast, some true and others likely skewed, and the mainstream media has been eating it up.
In the most recent polls, it has become rather apparent that Donald Trump’s spot at the top of the Republican Party is waning, as challengers such as Florida Governor Ron DeSantis continue to make waves on the national stage.
This is perhaps why Trump is now considering making an early announcement regarding his 2024 plans, and hoping to freeze out other candidates.
Donald Trump is looking at a fall announcement for his 2024 presidential candidacy, according to a report. Citing two unnamed advisers to the former president, The Washington Post says Trump is looking at September as the ideal month to fire the starting gun on his bid to reclaim the White House.
An early announcement could have some unwanted consequences, however.
He’s reportedly been advised for over a year not to announce his candidacy before the midterm elections in November, with Trump-backing strategists fearing he could be blamed for poor GOP results. But as rivals have gathered momentum, the divisive reality TV mogul has reportedly met with top donors to discuss his 2024 campaign.
Regardless, Donald Trump is still very much the single looming question for the GOP in 2024, but we may get our answer a little earlier than expected.