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Trump Says He’s Made Decision On Running In 2024: “It’s not that I want to, the country needs it”

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Former President Trump told Fox News host Sean Hannity that he has made a decision on whether he will run for president again in 2024. “You are not going to answer, but I have to ask, where are you in the process,” Hannity said. 

“Let me ask you this, without giving the answer, what the answer is, have you made up your mind?” Hannity asked. “Yes,” Trump responded. The crowd went nuts and Hannity hinted that Trump was running telling the crowd, ‘I think you got that right.”

Later during the interview, Trump dropped an even bigger hint about his plans. “If you move forward, you know how difficult it is, but you seem ready to reengage in that battle,” Hannity said.

“It’s not that I want to,” Trump said. “The country needs it. We have to take care of this country. I don’t want to, is this fun? Fighting constantly? Fighting always? I mean, the country, what we have done is so important.”

Trump took a few swipes at Biden telling Hannity: “We had the tightest security. You could come into our country legally. But you know what else we were stopping.

“Massive amounts of drugs, human traffickers, bad, bad people, criminals; they’re emptying their jails into our country. You know, other countries are emptying their jails into our country.”

From The New York Post:

On Wednesday, Trump railed against McConnell again, saying the Kentuckian “can no longer do the job.” He also lashed out against “RINOs” (“Republicans in name only”) and “weak Republicans” in Washington, comparing the $1.2 trillion infrastructure deal announced last week by President Biden to the 1938 Munich Agreement that is seen as a low point in appeasement of Nazi Germany.

“They walk into the White House — I’ve been watching for four weeks now — they walk in, they meet Biden, he doesn’t know what the hell’s happening,” Trump said. “They meet Biden …

And finally, they walk out, they have a deal, and the deal is a terrible deal. But it’s a deal, and it sort of reminds me of England a long time ago, ‘We have a deal, we have a deal.’ You remember the deal they made with Germany? Not too good.”

“So, they have a deal,” the former president added, “and then Biden canceled the deal, because the radical left said, ‘You can’t make that deal; that deal’s no good. We want to spend $6 trillion.’”

Earlier Wednesday, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) reiterated her insistence that the House will not consider the bipartisan bill unless the Senate passes the $1.8 trillion American Families Plan legislation first.

Senate Democrats would be able to pass the larger bill with 51 votes through the parliamentary procedure of reconciliation, provided all 50 members of their conference are on board and enable Vice President Kamala Harris, as president of the Senate, to break a presumptive 50-50 tie.