According to former White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows, the chances of Trump running in 2024 are “through the roof.”
Meadows offered some insight into what to expect of the Former President as Americans witness a failing administration and harrowing conditions throughout the country. The former Chief of Staff says the likelihood of a Trump-Biden rematch in 2024 is “greater and 50-50.”
“I’m feeling positive about President Trump’s ability and willingness to serve in the White House once again,” Meadows said this week.
While never getting into specifics, Meadows said Trump is making “all the necessary preparations” for another presidential run. He added, “the President is being highly encouraged by friends, family, and former staffers.”
Meadows retired his seat in the U.S. House of Representatives to become Trump’s White House chief of staff in 2020. The former congressman stayed on until Trump left office. He later jointed the Conservative Partnership Institute in an effort to disseminate ‘America First’ conservatism.
Trump has been incredibly busy since leaving the White House. He consistently releases press statements from his Mar-a-Lago office which have usurped his tweets in importance and, oftentimes, humor. He launched a new website at the end of last month to manage his press requests and keep in touch with supporters.
Author: Elizabeth Tierney