‘He’s in!’ Donald Trump to run for President in 2024, according to ex-White House aide

Trump ‘has unfinished business’ says former aid

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Donald Trump’s former press secretary Sean Spicer claims the 45th President is preparing to reclaim the White House in 2024. In an interview with the Washington Examiner ahead of the publication of his new book, Radical Nation: Joe Biden and Kamala Harris’s Dangerous Plan for America, Spicer said: “A couple of months ago I wasn’t sure.

“Now, there needs to be something that will keep him out.”

The 49-year-old, who served as the former President’s White House press secretary for just six months in 2017, claimed: “Trump has banked $102million, lost weight, and kept his approval ratings high.”

Spicer, who was best known for providing “alternative facts” over the crowd size debate following Trump’s inauguration, resigned from his position in the Oval Office after the 45th President appointed financier Anthony Scaramucci as the head of communications.

His third book, set for release in October, has already been endorsed by the ex-Republican President.

The former POTUS claimed: “Radical Nation makes it clear what is at stake.

“If you want to Save America you must read this – it is MAGA all the way.”

The publisher said: “Radical Nation is a bold grassroots agenda for defending America against Progressives’ Social agenda.

“Featuring powerful stories that will move you and keep you riveted, this book will channel conservatives discouragement, anger, and betrayal into meaningful action to keep America free, strong, and secure for our children and grandchildren.”

Spicer joins many other ex-Republican aides in claiming Trump will run in 2024.

Earlier this week, Sebastian Gorka told GB News he was 95 percent sure the 45th President would run again.

Trump’s ex-Chief of Staff, Mark Meadows, has also said Trump will enter his third race for the presidency.

Meadows revealed the billionaire-turned-politician called for his “Cabinet members” to attend a meeting at his New Jersey golf club.

After a shock victory in the 2016 election against Hillary Clinton, Donald Trump lost to ex-Vice President Joe Biden in November 2020.

If Trump stands again as the GOP’s nominee and reclaims the White House in 2024, he would become just the second US President to serve two non-consecutive terms in the Oval Office.

The only other President to have achieved this was Grover Cleveland.

Cleveland was inaugurated as America’s 22nd President in 1885 but was ousted from office in the 1888 election.

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He then returned to the White House as the 24th President in 1893.

However, a former GOP pollster has suggested a Trump victory would be more comparable to Ronald Reagan’s triumph over Jimmy Carter in 1980.

Reagan’s landslide in 1980 came just four years after he lost out to Gerald Ford in the Republican’s 1976 primary.

John McLaughlin added: “The more Biden fails, the better President Trump looks.”

Despite McLaughlin’s assertion, a recent survey of US voters found six in ten Americans think a third Trump bid would be bad for the country.

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