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Trump Adviser Teases His Imminent 2024 Announcement, Saying “We Are Doing it Again”

“Buckle up.”

This is the message of an adviser for Donald Trump in teasing a major announcement from the former president in the coming week. From all appearances, Trump has not taken to heart the criticisms thrown at him as a result of the GOP's weak performance on Tuesday. It appears to be, rather, forget the results of the elections and full speed ahead.

Marc Caputo just tweeted, “A senior Trump adviser just confirmed Tues announcement & said “The media, the corporate elites, and political establishment has all moved in unison against Donald Trump at their own peril. It’s like they want to recreate 2015-2016. Let them. We are doing it again. Buckle up.”

In light of what transpired on Monday, you must consider: is this another tease in order to get stir people up? On the night of Election Eve, Trump went to Dayton, Ohio, to campaign in support of Republican JD Vance (now called senator-elect JD Vance). The speculation was rampant during the days prior to the president's arrival in Dayton that he'd make use of the occasion to announce his next campaign in the race for the White House. Chairs were placed in the room with name plaques in plain sight, for the benefit of the media, for the majority members of members of the Trump family. The stage was set up in preparation for a big moment.

The thought of a presidential election announcement was, naturally, received with dismay by some on the right, who believed that such an announcement could detract from a lot of midterm elections. Would Trump turn the spotlight away from his Republican colleagues and put it on himself, the night before the voters went to vote? 

It was a good thing that Trump mostly used his speech to support Vance. He also alluded to a run in 2024.

“I’m going to be making a very big announcement on Tuesday, November 15th, at Mar-a-Lago in Palm Beach, Florida,” Trump said at an election eve event in Dayton.

We're only a few days away from the GOP's dismal electoral performance. The 2024 discussion now should include Ron DeSantis after his complete election dominance in Florida. Some believe that DeSantis should wait and others call for Governor DeSantis to seriously think about a White House run. (And Trump's poorly planned “DeSanctimonious” barb didn't help Trump, particularly given that he's regarded as the leader of the Republican Party. 

Trump is facing serious challenges from fellow Republicans who have expressed their displeasure and urged Trump outright to not run or at the very least put off an announcement till after the Georgia senatorial runoff on the 6th of December. 

It's evident that a war is in the making and the first shot could be fired on Tuesday. You may be wondering why Trump chose the 15th of November for his possible announcement. There is speculation that he's well-rested and ready to go after carrying a light campaign load this year, in contrast to possible rivals such as Ron DeSantis, who just spent months campaigning. Announcing so quickly in the aftermath of the vote could signal an attempt to beat everyone to the punch.

There's also Mike Pence, his former vice president and potential 2024 competitor. Pence's book, “So Help Me God,” will be available on November 15. The book is likely to contain some unpleasant stories concerning Trump's time in the White House, so the timing of his announcement is sure to influence the coverage and deflect the snarky remarks of his vice president.

The presidential campaigning is about to begin. Get ready, indeed.

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