Trump hints at 2024 bid in Thanksgiving message: ‘We will be great again’

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Former President Donald Trump celebrated Thanksgiving on Thursday with a holiday message that hinted at a bid for a possible return in 2024.

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“Our country is having a very interesting time, but don’t worry, we’ll be great again—and we’ll all do it together,” Trump said in a statement to “Make America Great Again.”

Trump said, “America will never fail and we will never let it go in the wrong direction.” Many generations of greatness are counting on us. Enjoy your thanks knowing there is a wonderful future ahead!”

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Trump stepped down 10 months ago and publicly toyed with the rematch against Biden. Although Biden defeated Trump by more than 7 million votes nationwide, the Electoral College would have been a tie if Trump had received just 43,000 votes in three swing states.

A separate Thanksgiving email blast attributed to Trump by the fundraising department of his Save America PAC called for contributions, citing rising inflation.

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“We have a lot to be thankful for, but unfortunately, record high inflation is not one of those things. Biden took the beautiful, strong economy I built and lit it in flames. Your Thanksgiving meal.” the price has gone up 14%. Despicable,” that statement said.

Former President Donald Trump’s statement echoed his campaign slogan “Make America Great Again.”
Donald Trump

“It saddens me to think that you are paying the price for Joe Biden’s terrible leadership.”

It is unclear whether Trump actually writes or reviews the PAC’s vast and often emotional fundraising appeals.

Although Trump left office with a relatively low approval rating following the Capitol riots for which House Democrats impeached him for a second time, his vote is rising as approval for Biden plummets.

Donald Trump.
In a separate email to supporters, former President Donald Trump called for funding for his Save America PAC, taking a shot at rising inflation under President Biden.
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A Harvard CAPS/Harris poll released in late September found that 46 percent of Americans have a favorable view of Biden while 48 percent hold a favorable view of Trump.

a Trump-commissioned poll, Politico. reported this month by, the former president found Biden beating out in Arizona, Georgia, Michigan, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin — each of which Biden won last year.

White House press secretary Jen Psaki said last week that Biden, now 79, intends to run again in 2024. Trump will be 78 if he wins a second, non-consecutive term.

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