Trump wants to run for president in 2024: ‘Only bad news from the doctor will stop me’ abroad

Trump wants to run for president in 2024: 'Only bad news from the doctor will stop me' abroad

VideoFormer US President Donald Trump (75 years old) wants to run for the 2024 presidential election in the United States, provided he has health permits. Trump said this during an interview with the conservative American channel The real American voice.

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When asked what might stand in the way of running for president, Trump replied: “Bad news from a doctor, I think. The minute you get a call and they ask you to come over because there’s bad results. Things just happen. God, but they happen. But I feel like I’m good.”

Trump has not yet officially announced his candidacy for president again, but he has already provided several clues in this direction. He did so during a visit to the police in New York to commemorate the attacks of September 11, 2001. We are not allowed to talk about it yet. “I think you’d be very happy,” Trump said at the time.

Campaign finance

As a reason for delaying the announcement, he himself referred to the “Campaign Finance Act, which is frankly absurd.” And the longer he delayed announcing, the more he could raise funds without having to report officially.

Prior to the inauguration of incumbent President Joe Biden (78), Trump was the oldest president at the start of his term. If he participates effectively in 2024 and succeeds, he could become – after Grover Cleveland in the late 19th century – the second US president in history to serve two non-consecutive terms.


During the interview day The real America’s voice Trump didn’t have a good word for his former chief medical adviser, Anthony Fauci. Trump said he was doing “the exact opposite” of what Fauci had said to fight the coronavirus. “It was there for about 40 years. It was a piece of furniture.”

More than 400,000 Americans have died of Covid-19 during Trump’s presidency.


After the November 3 elections, Trump spoke of “mass electoral fraud” and put pressure on election officials, for example in Georgia. However, dozens of courts have dismissed the allegations of alleged fraud.

Former President Donald Trump. © AP

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