Most Republicans Think Trump Will Seek Re-election in 2024

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Multiple lawsuits and appeals submitted by President Trump’s legal team have faced dismissals and rejections. Just earlier this week, federal judges in two states threw out highly-anticipated “Kraken” lawsuits from attorney Sidney Powell.

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If the president’s legal team doesn’t secure some serious court wins pretty soon, the White House will shortly have Joe Biden in its Oval Office. Likewise, President Trump already went on record last month, promising that he’d exit the White House if the Electoral College determines that Biden won the election.
Now, a fresh new poll from Politico/Morning Consult shows that most Republicans believe that Trump will run for re-election in 2024, reports Breitbart News.

The Consensus on a Possible Trump 2024 Run

According to a survey conducted between December 4 through December 6, 76% of Republicans believe that a Trump 2024 presidential run is “likely.” 60% of Independent Americans and 47% of Democrats also share the same outlook. This is, of course, assuming that the president’s legal team fails to overturn the outcome of the 2020 race.
Last month, a similar poll found that most Republicans and right-leaning Independents would support Trump’s nomination in the 2024 GOP primaries. Hypothetical other candidates for the 2024 Republican nomination include current Vice President Mike Pence, Donald Trump Jr., etc.

President Trump himself has also indicated that a 2024 White House race is not out of the question. During a recent Christmas Party, the president explained that his legal team remains working to ensure a second term for him in the White House; however, if this work falls through, Trump stated that he’ll “see [the nation] in four years.”

Still Fighting for the 2020 Election

While most Republicans are anticipating a Trump 2024 run for office, the 2020 presidential election disputes aren’t yet over.
At this time, the state of Texas is federally suing Wisconsin, Michigan, Georgia, and Pennsylvania over their management of this year’s election; the lawsuit has been filed with the Supreme Court, although there are still debates about whether the body will agree to hear the case.

Right now, time will tell what lies ahead for both the 2020 presidential election and its 2024 counterpart. The 2021 Georgia runoffs are also beginning to take up more conversations in politics as litigation for the presidential race plays out in the courts.
Do you believe President Trump will seek re-election in 2024 if 2020 doesn’t pan out for him? Would you back a Trump 2024 White House run? Let us in on what you think in the comments section below!