President Donald Trump has a surprise planned for Democrat Joe Biden — and establishment Republicans aren’t happy.
Trump has been battling — and, unfortunately, losing — a series of uphill legal fights to overturn the current 2020 election results.
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With the states of Arizona, Georgia, Wisconsin, Michigan, and Pennsylvania all having certified their results, experts say it’s increasingly unlikely Trump will be able to succeed before the Electoral College formalizes Biden’s election on Dec. 14.
And in the latest blow on Tuesday, in an interview with The Associated Press Attorney General William Barr said the Department of Justice hasn’t uncovered enough evidence to overturn the election.
“To date, we have not seen fraud on a scale that could have affected a different outcome in the election,” Barr told the AP.
With time running out, Trump has started forming a new plan: A 2024 presidential campaign. Supporters have pointed out that there’s nothing in the U.S. Constitution that says a president’s two terms must be served consecutively.
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And Trump’s planned launch date for his next presidential run is January 20th.
If Biden is inaugurated next month, Trump will announce his presidential campaign at the exact same time.
“Donald Trump is said to be considering holding an event during the president-elect’s inauguration to announce his 2024 run and has boasted that he thinks the networks will continue to cover him after he leaves the White House because Joe Biden is ‘boring’,” The Daily Beast reported this weekend.
The president “is plotting various ways to boycott Biden’s administration including ways to steal his thunder when he is sworn in as the 46th president of the United States in January,” The Daily Beast said.
Among Republican establishment politicians, the potential move is already deeply unpopular.
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“Nobody wants to be the first candidate to challenge Trump in 2024. If it were truly an open race, you’d see a lot of potential candidates making some aggressive early moves, going to Iowa, New Hampshire,” a GOP strategist told Fox News. “You would normally see candidates going through the early states before the end of this year.”
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If Biden is sworn in as president, should Trump run again in 2024?
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