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- Former President Donald Trump said he'll win the GOP nomination "very easily" if he were to run in the 2024 election.
- "Most people have said if I run, they won't run against me so I think that's good," Trump said.
- An October poll found strong support among Republicans for a Trump 2024 bid for president.
Former President Donald Trump on Friday said he'd easily win the GOP nomination if he runs in the 2024 presidential election.
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Although both Trump's and Biden's favorability remains low, several recent polls have shown the former president favored to win the next presidential election. "President Trump cares deeply about the country and is keeping all of his options open," she said in an email. During a February speech to Republicans in Boston, Bannon predicted Trump would be back in charge after the 2024 election. "He'll come back to us. We'll have a sweeping victory in 2022, and he'll lead us in 2024,"said the close ally of the former president said, per The Boston Herald.
"I think if I run, I'll get it," he said on a Fox Business. "Look, I have a 94, 95 percent, even in the CPAC (Conservative Political Action Conference), I had a 98 percent approval rating. So if I decide to run, I'll get it very easily."
"Most people have said if I run, they won't run against me so I think that's good," he added.
Trump hasn't announced a formal run for the 2024 election yet, but he's beensince at least now President Joe Biden's inauguration. Biden has said concretely that he in 2024.
Trump has been testing the waters for a potential run. A confidential memo obtained by Politico found that his team had polled five key states to gauge whether they'd vote for him over Biden. The states — Arizona, Georgia, Michigan, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin — gave Biden a critical Electoral College edge that denied Trump a second term in office, Insider's John Dorman. The polls showed that Trump led in each of the five swing states.
Polls Show Joe Biden Faces Tough Fight as He Intends to Run Again in 2024
A recent Redfield & Wilton Strategies poll showed just 39 percent of Americans would vote for Biden in the next election.White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki addressed the issue of Biden running again during remarks delivered on board Air Force One on Monday amid ongoing speculation about his plans, particularly in terms of his age.
"Poll after poll clearly demonstrates that former President Donald Trump is still the 800-pound gorilla in the GOP and would be its 2024 nominee should he run," said GOP pollster Tony Fabrizio, who conducting the polls for Trump's super PAC, "Make America Great Again, Again!"
"This new data clearly shows that today the voters in these five key states would be happy to return Trump to the White House and send Biden packing," Fabrizio continued.
An October poll conducted by Quinnipiac University also foundfor a Trump 2024 bid for president. Nearly 80% of Republicans surveyed said they'd like to see Trump run, an increase of 12 percentage points from May, the last time Quinnipiac conducted the poll.
Meanwhile, allies and aides close to Trump are reportedly, out of fear that he'd lose again.
Next on Trump’s 2024 list: An out-of-the-box running mate .
The question of Trump’s prospective veep choice is surfacing with increasing frequency. But as Trump gears up for a 2024 bid to recapture the White House, the nascent thinking at Mar-a-Lago surrounding his potential vice president is considerably different. According to conversations with a dozen Trump advisers and close associates, the former president doesn’t feel bound by geographic or ideological considerations — or any standard political rules at all.