Trump, out of announcing 2024 bid, for now, a wink and nods agreement on unofficial candidacy

As recently as the month of August, as violence in Afghanistan reached a critical point with the entry of some disturbing elements into the Afghan campus, Donald Trump began consulting with advisers to see if they should be taken immediately by 2024. He should start his campaign for President.Trump, out of announcing 2024 bid, for now, a wink and nods agreement on unofficial candidacy

According to three people familiar with the discussions, he responded by urging him to be patient and not hasty in announcing the re-election campaign for the president. He, like others, spoke on condition of anonymity because he was not allowed to release the information publicly and therefore all discussions between them remained confidential.]

Advisers warned that making the announcement would force restructuring in their newly formed fundraising infrastructure and machinery and limit their ability to appear on broadcast television without violating same-time rules.


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advisers still worried about Trump’s official announcement


Some of his advisers were concerned that Democrats would use his announcement to frame the general election around his candidacy, which would increase electoral turnout next year, hindering his objectives if Republicans fall short. Advisers also argued that if he did not run for election next year, he would be more effective in electing like-minded Republicans.

He urged Trump to make up his mind, at least for the time being. Instead of announcing an official presidential campaign, Trump, 75, has decided on a strategy in the blink of an eye. Some supporters of his party are concerned that he is acting like a candidate for public office and is making it clear that he wants to rebuild again without actually making an announcement.

Many Trump advisers were concerned when Trump’s stance was announced in the upcoming general election, according to the Post, adding that an early Trump announcement could encourage Democrats to shift their focus to the 2022 midterm campaigns and electoral activities around the East. Is. President, potentially leading to increased representative democracy turnout and an undesirable outcome for Republicans. Trump’s advisers are also reportedly persuading him that as a former president, rather than a future candidate, he appears to be a more effective advocate for the 2022 candidates.


Trump and his officials decided to keep some things confidential


For now, Trump has been influenced by these arguments. Instead of announcing an official presidential campaign, Trump, 75, has decided on a strategy in the blink of an eye. Some in his party are concerned that he is acting like a candidate for public office and is making it public that he intends to resume without actually declaring it.

Kellyanne Conway, Trump’s former top White House adviser, who served as his campaign manager in 2016, said, “He quietly conveys to the 2024 crowd that no one can move a big muscle until he decides what he’s doing.” “As he looks with appallingly at the countless failures of this administration, there is a shift in urgency from intent for 2024.”

In Donald Trump’s confidential talks with his advisers, he has made it clear that he will be keeping a close eye on his potential rivals, who will be the next candidacy for the upcoming general elections in 2024, most of whom are unlikely to run if he announces and neither of them he currently sees as a threat from the leaders of the other, according to the people he has spoken to. Trump has asked some of his advisers about the moves by Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis and his former vice president Mike Pence, although he believes none of them will last, three advisers said.



 

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