Donald Trump’s plan ‘B’, if Joe Biden is sworn in as US 46th President in January 20th 2021, might be to contest again in 2024.
Trump is yet to concede the 2020 presidential race and has filed a series of suits in various battleground states where he was floored by Biden.
Trump’s lawsuits are based upon vague and unsupported allegations of fraud or complaints of minor ballot processing access.
The president is however conscious of the fact that his flimsy lawsuits might actually not overturn Biden’s win, and as such is mooting plans to contest in 2024 election.
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The Washington Post and Axios have reported in recent days that Trump is telling those close to him that he plans to run again in 2024.
Trump on Wednesday November 11th publicly endorse Ronna McDaniel for another term as chairwoman of the Republican National Committee (RNC).
His decision was interpreted as a deliberate and well calculated steps to maintain a firm grip on the Republican party solely because of his ambition to run again in 2024.
Trump is the dominant figure in the Republican party right now, even though he lost to Biden in the popular vote he managed to rake in 72 million votes. Apart from Biden who got 77 million votes, no other President in US history has managed to garner so many votes.
If Trump indeed decides to vie in 2020, assuming he enjoys the current unwavering support among Republicans until 2024, then he will easily win GOP ticket to faceoff with a Democratic challenger.