The current US President Donald Trump will not announce his candidacy for the next presidential election until the inauguration of Democrat Joe Biden. This was announced on Sunday, December 20, by the Axios portal, citing sources.
According to the interlocutor of the portal, Trump made such a decision due to the fact that his announcement to participate in the elections in 2024 could be perceived by the Republican’s supporters as a refusal to fight to revise the results of the current elections.
The American leader, the source notes, wants to retain the opportunity to once again run for the highest government post, but is not sure of his desire to go through the appropriate process envisaged by the country’s Federal Election Commission in the near future.
In early December, American media reported that US President Donald Trump could leave the residence of the head of state on the day of Joe Biden’s inauguration. He will first fly out of the White House by helicopter, then transfer to Air Force One, which will go to a rally of his supporters in Florida. During his speech, he is expected to announce his plans to re-run for the presidency of the United States in 2024.
The US presidential election was held on November 3. The current head of the White House is convinced that the elections were held with numerous violations and rigging in favor of the Democrats. Trump’s attempts to file lawsuits to block electoral votes have ended in failure.