Donald Trump, a former president, has started his bid for office again, promising to retake the White House and put the country back on the path to greatness.
Trump made this known in FEC paperwork headed “Donald J. Trump For President 2024” that was submitted on Tuesday.
On Tuesday, Trump made a formal declaration at his Mar-a-Lago resort in Palm Beach, Florida.
Trump declared, “America’s comeback starts right now.”
“Two years ago, we were a great nation and soon we will be a great nation again.”
“In order to make America great and glorious again I am tonight announcing my candidacy for president of the United States.”
Although it proved out that those rumors were untrue, the former president was initially expected to make the statement the evening before Election Day.
Trump has harshly condemned the results of Biden’s policies, charging that he put the US on the path to becoming a third-world nation.
Trump will work to put the nation back on the path to prosperity it experienced before to the coronavirus outbreak, given the economic and social possibilities for the country during his first term in office.
Since Biden assumed the presidency, Trump has made a special point of highlighting the dire status of the American economy, citing sky-high inflation and exorbitant petrol costs.
The former president frequently compared the energy policies of his administration with that of Biden’s, charging that his successor was putting American energy security at risk by pursuing “nonsense” policies in an effort to “replace clean fossil resources.”
Furthermore, it’s expected that the former president will work to stem a flood of illegal immigration that marred Biden’s dismal term by restoring integrity and security to the country’s borders.
More on this story via The Western Journal:
The 76-year-old New York real estate developer and businessman made immigration a defining feature of his successful and historic 2016 presidential campaign, promising to build a wall on the southern border.
Trump starts off with a dominant lead in the tentative 2024 GOP primary — with some surveys showing the former president with an outright majority of support.
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