former President Donald Trump He said in an interview on Friday that only a “poor call from the doctor” about a medical condition would prevent him from running in the next presidential election.
Trump has not announced that he will run again, but has given several indications.
Asked on a program “The Water Cooler” on the Orthodox channel voice of real americaTrump replied: “I guess that’s a bad call from a doctor or something, right? You get that call, they say… ‘Come down here and see us. Because we had a bad report.'”
He continued, “Things happen, through God, they happen. But I feel great.”
By the time 78-year-old Joe Biden was inaugurated, Trump, now 75, was oldest president ever at the beginning of his term.
During a visit to a police compound near Trump Tower on the 20th anniversary of 9/11, Trump was asked by an officer if he was running for president.
“Oh, that’s a tough question,” Trump teased, before adding, “Actually, it’s a simple question. I know what I’m going to do, but we shouldn’t be talking about it right now. …but I think you’ll be very happy.”
Trump said he was withholding an announcement because of “campaign finance laws, which are frankly ridiculous.” The longer Trump announces he is a candidate, the longer he can continue fundraising while dodging contribution reporting requirements.
As for health issues, Trump revealed on “The Water Cooler” that he asked Dr. Anthony Fauci, head of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, asked him to combat COVID-19.
“He was there for 40 years or something, right? He was part of the furniture,” Trump said. did.”
More than 400,000 Americans killed of COVID-19 during the Trump administration.