Index – Outside – Donald Trump may announce his candidacy soon

Donald Trump had hoped to use the Republican Party’s victory in last week’s election as a springboard to build support for his party’s candidacy and drive away potential challengers. Instead, he found himself accused of supporting a series of losing candidates after results showed that the Democrats retained control of the Senate and that control of the House of Representatives had yet to be decided, reports say. Associated Press news agency.

We hope that tomorrow will be one of the most important events in the history of our country!

Trump wrote on his social network on Monday.

The announcement is expected at 9 p.m. on Tuesday.

Another run is a remarkable turnaround for any previous president, let alone one who made history by being the first to be impeached twice and whose term ended with his supporters storming the US Capitol. In the history of the United States, only one president has been elected to two non-consecutive terms: Grover Cleveland in 1884 and 1892.

Trump has more and more dangerous streak with a criminal investigation He also faces, including a Department of Justice investigation into hundreds of classified documents found in the chests and drawers of his Mar-a-Lago club.

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His allies encouraged Trump to wait until the end of the midterm elections with advertising. Yet Trump, who is eager to return to the spotlight, is hoping to fend off potential rivals, including Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis, who was re-elected last week and is now being encouraged by many in his party to run for president.

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Trump Gov. Mitch McConnell of the Senate To blame a Republican leader to perform the party.

However, Trump has been criticized mainly because in states like Pennsylvania and Arizona, supported these candidateswho were not attractive to voters because they accepted lies about the 2020 election or took hard-line views on issues like abortion.

(Cover photo: Former US President Donald Trump speaks at a rally in support of Republican candidates ahead of the midterm elections in Dayton, Ohio on November 7, 2022. Photo: Gaelen Morse/File Photo/Reuters)