This past Monday, Former President Donald Trump spoke out to highlight a “big announcement” to take place at some point next week, further spurring speculation concerning a possible 2024 presidential run.
Trump spoke about the announcement while attending a rally in Ohio where he teamed up with Ohio Republican Senate candidate J.D. Vance in a final push for Vance’s campaign.
“I am going to be making a big announcement on Tuesday, November 15, at Mar-a-Lago in Palm Beach, Florida,” stated Trump near the end of his comments at Dayton International Airport.
“We want nothing to detract from the importance of tomorrow,” he stated, making reference to the Tuesday midterm elections. Control over both the Senate and the House for Democrats sits in danger.
Reports made their rounds this past Monday that Trump was thinking about announcing officially his run for the 2024 election while at the rally, although many still unnamed sources made the claim that the choice had not been finalized. Currently, Trump leads the potential rivals for the presidential nomination for the Republican party, including his closest competition, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis. Currently, some polls show Trump leading DeSantis 49% to 25% in a still entirely hypothetical primary matchup.
Over this past weekend, Trump also teased a 2024 run announcement, expressing to a crowd out in Miami on Sunday evening, “I will probably have to do it again, but stay tuned.”
“Hold On I’m Coming” played in the background as Trump departed the state in the wake of his remarks.
While at the Monday Rally, Trump called on the voters in Ohio to go vote for Vance, whom he has issued his endorsement since back in the primaries in April. Since that point, He has made appearances alongside Vance at numerous campaign rallies.
“If you want to stop the destruction of our country and save the American dream then you must vote Republican in a giant red wave that we’ve been hearing about,” expressed Trump.
As a known venture capitalist that first received attention back in 2016 with the release of his memoir “Hillbilly Elegy,” Vance has been running on a platform of being labeled a “conservative outside” that “knows what it’s like to live in a left-behind community” and plans to staunchly fight for the average American.
“When we get to Washington, D.C., Republicans, we need to govern like we won the majority the American people gave us, not like a bunch of cowards,” exclaimed Vance to a crowd.
“No more RINOs [Republicans In Name Only], no more people who compromise and lose our country in the process,” promised Vance.
“Let’s make this country great again!” he concluded.