Trump 2024: Former POTUS Is Teasing A Potential Comeback And Doing It Only The Way He Can

Written By BlabberBuzz | Thursday, 18 February 2021 08:30 PM
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Former President Donald Trump on Wednesday would not declare whether he would run for president one more time in 2024, explaining that it was “too early” to make such a determination on his political future.

“It’s too early to say but I see a lot of great polls out there, that’s for sure,” Trump told Newsmax’s Greg Kelly who asked the question throughout his show.

“We have tremendous support. I won’t say yet but we have tremendous support and I’m looking at poll numbers that are through the roof.

“I’m the only guy who gets impeached and my numbers go up,” he continued.

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The former president has been maintaining his profile relatively low since leaving office a month ago. Though he broke his media calmness on Wednesday to praise his friend, radio host Rush Limbaugh, who passed away earlier in the day at the age of 70 after a struggle with lung cancer. Trump made an appearance on many television talk shows.

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“We lost a great one today,” Trump announced of Limbaugh. “Rush was just a unique character, and a great friend to all of us. So, we lost a really great gentleman today.”

Trump further declined suggestions from Kelly about succeeding Limbaugh on the radio, saying that his friend would be “a hard one to replace.”

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“You wouldn’t want to follow Rush. It’s the old story, you get somebody like that, you don’t want to follow them, because some things just can’t be done. He was unique,” Trump explained.

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When questioned about going back to social media, Trump told Kelly that he had no intentions to return to Twitter. The social media platform had permanently banned Trump’s account throughout a campaign to develop its policing of harmful voices on its platform. The company maintained its censorship by declaring that the president had "violated" its “Glorification of Violence Policy” after he posted a message asking demonstrators to remain peaceful and leave the Capitol. The Trump campaign’s Twitter account was further removed by the platform.

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Twitter’s enforcement actions have been scrutinized for allegedly targeting more conservative personalities and voices. The suspension of Trump's account sparked an exodus of users from the platform.

“I’ll tell you, it’s not the same. If you look at what’s going on with Twitter, I understand that it’s become very boring and millions of people are leaving,” Trump said.

Trump said that he has not yet returned to social media because he “wanted to be somewhat quiet,” adding that he was negotiating with a number of people about his social media plans.

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