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Donald Trump to contest 2024 Presidencial Election, preprations going on says Sean Spicer

Trump will run for president in 2024, Sean Spicer claims

Donald Trump, Presidencial Election


Former Donald Trump press secretary Sean Spicer has said his former president will run for president in 2024.
"He's in," Spicer said of Trump's interest in the race during a recent Washington Examiner interview.

Spicer reportedly noted that Trump's desire for the presidential election was strengthened a few months ago, after looking at how Joe Biden handled issues such as the arrival.

"A few months ago, I was unsure," Spicer said of Trump's candidacy in an interview. "Now ... there must be something to keep him out."

The inspector did not say whether Spicer gave his opinion or whether he had spoken to the former president or had a direct voice from his inner circle, or similar details.
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As Trump’s first secretary at the White House, Spicer faced some honest doubts when speaking to the media, which is why the public, from the platform to the television forums.

From then on he said he did not "know" and lied to American society.

His latest claim came amid growing speculation about Trump's political plans following his defeat by Joe Biden in the 2020 election, by local, state and national officials calling it the safest presidential race in US history.

Mark Meadows, a former Trump chief of staff, has already discussed the wishes of the former president in a recent Newsmax interview. "We met with our Cabinet members tonight… I am not authorized to speak on behalf of the president, but I tell you this ... we would not have met tonight if we had not made real progress, with President Trump leading the ticket," Meadows said, according to Hill.

Spicer has resigned as secretary of state at the White House in July 2017 following a six-month riot.

His short time behind the scenes of the newsroom was marked by false statements and anti-journalism attitudes, as well as a series of gaffes.

Spicer's stoning began just one day after Trump's inauguration. Spicer was furious at his first report that Trump attracted "the largest audience ever to open, time, both personally and globally", following media reports - reinforced by explicit photo evidence and public transport details - that attendees were weak, especially compared to Barack Obama's inauguration. in 2009.
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Spicer, whose mistakes and apparent threads were made by comedian Melissa McCarthy on Saturday Night, was fired from her first post-political career - the TV Dance and Star program in the fall of 2019 - following eight weeks of elementary school.

Meanwhile, music legend Barbra Streisand called Trump's presidency "four years in the dark" and offered advice to counter his lies that he had beaten Biden in 2020, in a letter to Variety magazine.

“When you think about it, Al Gore lost the election by 537 votes. Hillary Clinton lost the election by [almost] 77,000 votes. But Trump lost the election by 7 million votes. I think they should show that every day on TV, ”he said.

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