Political observers expect the Republican to announce his third bid for the White House, but he maintains a mystery around his intentions – But there are not a few who react to such a possibility
What will Donald Trump announce on November 15? All eyes are on the former US president and the “big announcement” he will make at Mar-a-Lago.
Political observers widely expect the Republican to announce his third bid for the White House, with Trump himself keeping the announcement shrouded in mystery. The former president even officially invited the press to attend the event.
“President Donald Trump, 45th President of the United States of America, will make a special announcement at Mar-a-Lago in Palm Beach, Florida on Tuesday, November 15, 2022, at 9:00 p.m..” the invitation reads.
Many of Donald Trump’s latest moves indicate that the former president will announce his candidacy, however, so far nothing is certain. After all, he has left open legal issues, including an investigation into intelligence documents seized from his Mar-a-Lago home.
At the same time, some polls also show de Sandys as a candidate with Donald Trump, however, warning his inner-party rival not to seek the Republican nomination for the 2024 presidential election.
Reactions from Republicans
However, there are not a few reactions, mainly from within the Republicans, to any new candidacy of the former American president. Virginia Republican Lt. Gov. Winsom Shears said she could not support Donald Trump if he ran for the White House again, saying in an interview on Fox Business Network that the former president has become a “liability” to the Republican Party.
Meanwhile, newly elected Republican Mike Lawler, who overturned the Democratic primary in New York, said he wants to see the Republican Party move away from Trump. “I would like to see the party move forward. I think any time you focus on the future, you can’t go as far into the past,” Lawler argued.
The comments underscore the division among Republicans over Trump’s influence on the party, particularly since many of the candidates he has endorsed have fared poorly in Tuesday’s midterm elections. Many are even asking him to wait for the final results of the US mid-term elections before announcing his candidacy. The MAGA (Make America Great Again) candidates of the former American president Donald Trump did not come out as strengthened compared to what he expected and the “red wave” did not finally sweep the USA. The Republican candidates lost power in several states while the Democrats held on holding some of them.
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