Americans have been waiting to see if Trump will run for president once again.
Now, after months of speculation, Trump just made a major move.
And now, his re-election campaign could be just around the corner.
Donald Trump has spent the better part of the past two years slamming Joe Biden on the campaign trail for his failed policies and terrible record in office.
And now, after nearly two years of record gas prices, record inflation, and record illegal border crossings, the American people have had enough.
With Democrats appearing to be on the verge of losing control of the House of Representatives, Biden is now more vulnerable than ever before.
And Donald Trump knows it.
That’s why Trump has relentlessly hit the campaign trail in the closing weeks of the 2022 midterm cycle to campaign against many of Joe Biden’s strongest allies in Congress.
And now that several of them have been defeated, including DCCC Chairman Sean Maloney in New York, Trump is about to hit the campaign trail again.
Only this time, it won’t be for Republican congressional candidates but rather for himself.
That’s because Trump just hinted at a major re-election announcement that could be coming in just a few days.
CBS News reports, “Former President Donald Trump said Monday he’ll be making a ‘very big announcement’ on Nov. 15, teasing the audience at a Dayton, Ohio, rally for Republican candidates on the eve of the 2022 midterm elections.”
“Not to detract from tomorrow’s very important, even critical, election, and I would say in the strongest way it’s a country-saving election … I’m going to be making a very big announcement on Tuesday, Nov. 15 at Mar-a-Lago in Palm Beach, Florida,” Trump said.
Should Trump formally throw his hat into the ring, he would be attempting only the second successful presidential comeback since Grover Cleveland over 100 years ago.
That means that if Trump actually runs for and wins a second term, he would be making history as only the second president to have ever served two nonconsecutive terms in office.
“As CBS News has previously reported, three Trump advisers and a Republican Party operative said Trump is considering announcing another bid for the White House in the weeks following Tuesday’s midterms. The former president has been calling his donor base to inform loyalists of his thinking and solicit feedback,” adds CBS News.
Trump’s decision seems to have already been made.
All that’s left now is for the formal announcement to take place in mid-November.
And after Trump formally throws his hat into the ring, it would effectively start the beginning of the 2024 presidential cycle.
While it’s unclear yet if any other Republican will jump into the race along with Trump, it’s almost certain that the former president will begin the campaign as at least a mild favorite to win the 2024 nomination.
“In 2024, most importantly, we are going to take back our magnificent White House. We’ll take it back,” Trump said just hours before the midterm results were announced.