Sunday, October 1, 2023

Trump Video about Refurbishing Private Jet Drops 2024 Hint

One recent poll found that 60% of Republican voters want Trump to continue leading the party...

(Jacob Bruns, Headline USA) Former President Donald Trump dropped a hint that he may be running for president in 2024 in a recent video detailing the renovation of his private jet.

The video shows a time-lapse of the refurbishing of Trump’s jet, which was completed by Landlocked aviation services. At the end of the four-minute video, a banner can be seen hanging from the rafters of a plane storage facility which reads “Trump 2024”.

The former President has dropped hints for the past two years regarding his candidacy for the 2024 Republican primaries, but he has thus far refused to commit either way.

Also in the running is superstar Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis, who has been widely speculated to be the frontrunner if Trump decides against another campaign.

Nonetheless, Trump confidently asserted that he could defeat DeSantis in a primary if needed.

“I don’t know if Ron is running, and I don’t ask him, It’s his prerogative. I think I would win,” Trump said in an interview last month.

Of course Trump later said that he would strongy consider DeSantis as a potential 2024 running mate, citing his previous endorsement as one of the reasons for DeSantis’ success.

“Well, I get along with him,” Trump told Newsmax. “I was very responsible for his success, because I endorsed him and he went up like a rocket ship.”

In most national polls, Trump holds an edge over the Florida governor.

One recent poll found that 60% of Republican voters want Trump to continue leading the party, while 34% believe the party should move in a different direction.

Further, Republican voters tend to believe that Trump will win the GOP primary if he decides to run at a clip of 40%, whereas only 22% believe that DeSantis could win.

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