Donald Trump is expected to challenge Biden in 2024 ‘imminently,’ with Kamala Harris favored to run.

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Donald Trump is expected to challenge Biden in 2024 ‘imminently,’ with Kamala Harris favored to run.

DONALD Trump could announce his campaign for president in 2024 in the next weeks, according to former adviser Sebastian Gorka, who was speaking about Joe Biden’s low support ratings.

Former White House top adviser Joe Biden was dubbed “an albatross around the neck of the Democrats” by the former top aide, who predicted that former President Donald Trump would declare his campaign for president in 2024 within the next two months. President Trump held another rally earlier this week at the Iowa State Fairgrounds in Des Moines, a move that political observers throughout the country speculated is part of his larger strategy for a third run at the White House.

“I’m confident the fact that he’s going to declare his campaign for the White House imminently,” Mr Gorka told GB News.

“And if he keeps filling stadiums the way he is right now, I believe Joe Biden will be viewed as a burden, an albatross around the Democrats’ neck that they will have to get rid of.”

“And Kamala will be the appointed successor, so yeah, give it a couple of months,” he continued.

While speaking at a massive rally in Iowa State on Saturday night, Donald Trump hinted at another candidacy.

“But what do you think the timing might be for this?” GB News host Mark Dolan then questioned Sebastian Gorka.

Do you think Kamala Harris will be elected to the White House this year?”

“I think within the calendar year,” the former DoD Presidential Appointee said, “and I think it depends on the effect of the border if there is another terrorist incident we know about.”

“ISIS and Al Qaeda have returned to Afghanistan.

“Our southern border is open.”

“Will they reconstitute themselves in the United States if there is a terrorist attack?” he continued.

Absolutely.

“And then there’s the exogenous aspect, which is Donald Trump, my old boss, who just had a tremendous rally last night.”

“I saw him not long ago in Trump Tower.”

While House press secretary Jen Psaki blamed the pandemic and the 20% of unvaccinated Americans for at least part of Biden’s declining support ratings,

Psaki responded that Covid is still going on when questioned by a White House reporter if Joe Biden is “doing unpopular things that have to be done.”

“Well, look, I would say that this is a pretty terrible period,” MS Psaki responded. “Brinkwire Summary News.”

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