Donald Trump Signals ‘Hope’ for a 2024 Run in First Interview on Camera Since Leaving the White House
Former President Donald J. Trump says there is "hope" that he will run for the White House again in 2024.
While Trump didn't formally announce that he plans to run, he did speak with his daughter-in-law Lara Trump in an 18-minute interview for her Right View podcast.
During the sitdown, the former commander in chief criticized his successor Joe Biden and reiterated that he should have won the 2020 election.
When Lara Trump, who is married to Trump's son Eric, asked him about a third run for the presidency he offered the following answer.
You do have hope, that I can tell you, you do have hope. We love our country, this country, we all owe a lot to our country, but now we have to help our country.
Trump also went on to talk about Joe Biden falling up a flight of stairs, and returned to his criticisms of the media. The former president also spoke on "woke" culture, suggesting that other countries view it as a weakness.
I think that they [America's allies and adversaries] cannot believe what is happening. Can you imagine China looking at us and they're talking about Dr. Seuss and that was like the big thing of the day - but it's gone beyond Seuss, they want to take down monuments to heroes, they want to obliterate our history
The former president also let supporters know that Trump rallies would also be returning soon. You can hear Lara Trump's entire interview with her father-in-law Donald Trump here.