Trump: ‘I Am Going To Be Making A Big Announcement’ — Then Sets A Specific Date

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President Donald Trump vows to make a “big announcement” in just seven days on November 15th.

It’s widely speculated that Trump has been waiting until after the midterm elections on November 8th to officially announce his candidacy to run for office and retake the White House in 2024.

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“I am going to be making a big announcement on Tuesday November 15 at Mar-a-Lago in Palm Beach, Florida,” Trump said. “We want nothing to detract from the importance of tomorrow.”


During a Trump rally in Iowa, President Trump came very close to officially declaring his intentions to run for the White House again in 2024.

Trump said, “I will very, very, very, probably do it again, OK?”


Trump says running for reelection will be necessary “in order to make our country successful and safe and glorious.”

“I ran twice, I won twice,” Trump said. “And did much better the second time than I did the first, getting millions more votes in 2020 than I got in 2016.”

“And likewise, getting more votes than any sitting president in the history of our country by far,” Trump said.

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Trump was stumping Thursday night for Iowa GOP Gov. Kim Reynolds and Sen. Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa, and Brenna Bird, who is running for Iowa attorney general. Reynolds and Grassley are running for reelection, while Bird is a new candidate backed by Trump.

Trump is maintaining a busy schedule in the final weekend before Tuesday’s vote. He will be in Latrobe, Pennsylvania, on Saturday night for a Save America rally that will be aired live on Newsmax, with the preview show beginning at 6 p.m. ET.

Then, Sunday evening, Trump will be in Miami, Florida, for a Save America rally that will also air live on Newsmax, with coverage starting at 5 p.m. ET.

Trump will finish his busy weekend Monday night in Dayton, Ohio, for an 8 p.m. ET rally.

The locations are popular for Trump-backed candidates and midterm battlegrounds, particularly Pennsylvania with Dr. Mehmet Oz and Ohio with J.D. Vance both seeking to hold Senate seats for Republicans as they seek to flip the upper chamber from Democrat control.