Donald Trump has finally confirmed in public for the first that he wants to run for the presidency again in 2024. He has been discussing for a week in private, even as he still not fully accepted the 2020 race.
However, Mr. Donald Trump has said he does not want Joe Biden claiming credit for breakthroughs with Covid-19.
President-elect, Mr. Joe Biden has been declared as the winner of the election with 306 electoral college votes compared to Mr. Trump’s 232.
Though, Donald Trump is yet to accept defeat and has shown he will accept the result even if anything happens with his remaining legal challenges.
Trump, told the electoral college he will only leave the White House peacefully if Mr. Joe Biden is named as president this month.
Yet, Donald Trump is planning to begin the 2024 election campaign on the same day as Joe Biden’s inauguration on 20 January in order to cause the maximum disruption and steal his successor’s limelight.
Mr. Trump and his campaign have made repeated false claims of widespread election fraud, as they insist he won the 2020 election.
In the history of the United States, The only person who successfully came back to the White House after losing an election was Grover Cleveland who was elected in 1884 and then again in 1892.
Mr. Trump is still trying to change last month’s election result. Which he was defeated by Democrat Joe Biden amid unproven false claims that November 3 election was rigged.
Donald Trump has shared his plans to run for United States President again.
Donald Trump Lost by not Showing Empathy for Pandemic
Trump would have won the election in a landslide if he showed empathy with regards to the coronavirus.
He often downplayed the risks of COVID-19 while generally eschewing mask-wearing in public. The president caught the virus as did a large number of people in his inner circle.
He conducted a large number of public events without social distancing, with at least one widely seen as having caused an outbreak.
Biden Hopes Supreme Court rejects Trump bid on 2020 Census Count
Biden hopes the United States Court rejects a plan by President Donald Trump’s administration to exclude immigrants living illegally in the United States.
From population counts used to allocate congressional districts to states. Trump’s administration has admitted that it does not know yet or if it will be able to implement its proposal.
Biden is set to become the president on January 20. It could reverse if the congressional apportionment numbers have not been concluded.
The challenges have said Trump’s plan would weaken the political clout of states. With a larger number of illegal immigrants, including heavily Democratic California.
By undercounting their true populations and stripping them of House seats, benefiting his fellow Republicans. About 11 million immigrants living in the United States illegally