Trump’s allies have spoken out about his participation in the 2024 election

Trump's allies have spoken out about his participation in the 2024 election

The entourage of U.S. President Donald Trump believes that he will not take part in the presidential election in 2024.

According to the newspaper, such an opinion was expressed by “more than half a dozen Republicans” from among the associates of the current president. According to the paper’s sources, the incumbent president may joke about it, announcing his plans to go to the polls, but he won’t actually do it.

According to the newspaper, Trump’s decision was influenced by the fact that, if nominated, he would be forced to release a number of financial documents that would make him “vulnerable” in terms of ongoing investigations and lawsuits against him. That said, some Republicans have noted that if the incumbent national leader does change his mind, they would discourage him from doing so.

Last December, it was reported that Trump would delay his decision to participate in the next election, which will be held in 2024. Thus, the American leader will not announce his participation until the inauguration of Democrat Joe Biden, which will take place on January 20. Thus he wants to show his supporters that he has not abandoned his attempts to challenge the results of the presidential election held in November.

On December 15, it became known that the U.S. presidential candidate from the Democratic Party, Joe Biden, had received the electoral college votes necessary to win the presidential race. Trump has repeatedly refused to admit defeat in the U.S. presidential election. He believes that Biden lost the election “by a wide margin in all six swing states” and that the results were rigged.