Former President Donald Trump is Anticipated to Declare His Bid for President in 2024 on Tuesday


Trump wrote on Truth Social earlier Tuesday, “Hopefully TODAY will turn out to be one of the most momentous days in our Country’s history!” He also stated during a rally in Ohio last week that he would make a major announcement on Tuesday.

The disclosure would come at a time when Trump is facing a slew of criminal and civil investigations.

The Manhattan District Attorney’s Office and the state of New York are investigating the former president for suspicions of fraud involving his company and asset assessments.

He is being investigated by the Department of Justice and Georgia prosecutors for his role in the Jan. 6 insurgency at the US Capitol and plans to overthrow the 2020 election. The DOJ is also investigating sensitive materials that he brought to his Mar-a-Lago estate in Palm Beach, Fla., after leaving office.

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Trump has also been sued for defamation by E. Jean Carroll, a former Elle columnist who claimed he raped her in a department shop in the 1990s after he questioned the legitimacy of her claims.

According to ABC News, some aides believe the former president believes registering his candidacy will shield him from the investigations. However, many legal experts believe that a run would result in no unique safeguards for the former president.

Trump may also face a challenge from Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis for the Republican nomination. DeSantis, 44, handily won reelection last week, and the success might pave the way for the Florida conservative to run for President in 2024.

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DeSantis has already begun to earn backing from certain Republican lawmakers who were dissatisfied with the performance of numerous Trump-backed candidates in the midterm elections.

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