Trump Drops Major Hint About Possibility Of Running For President In 2024 (VIDEO)

When it comes to politics, one of the biggest questions on almost everyone’s mind is whether or not Trump will run for president again in 2024.

In a certain sense, he might as well. He is polling way out in front of all other possible Republican contenders.

A new video is making the rounds which contains a possible hint about Trump’s intentions.

Newsmax reports:

Trump Tees Up 2024 Run: ’45th and 47th’ US President

A video of former President Donald Trump on the golf course has gone viral Wednesday as he offered a tease for a 2024 presidential run.

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”First on tee, 45th president of the United States,” a voice says on the video.

”Forty-fifth and 47th,” Trump replies as he tees up his shot at Trump National Doral Miami. It was not made clear when the video was recorded.

Trump would not be the first U.S. president to serve nonconsecutive terms if elected in 2024, but he would be the first since Grover Cleveland served as the 22nd and 24th president. Benjamin Harrison served as president from 1889 to 1893.

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Trump has not announced a 2024 presidential campaign, but he continues to hold campaign-style rallies, including one on Jan. 15 in Arizona, and the next this Saturday at the Montgomery County Fairgrounds in Conroe, Texas.

See the video below:

That sounds pretty clear, doesn’t it?

Trump must feel like he has unfinished business to do. He should have had a second term.

Imagine how different the country would look today if he got one.

 

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