November 26, 2022

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Trump announcement: What the former US president can say

Donald Trump promised a “huge announcement” this Tuesday, predicting it would be “one of the most important days in the history of our country.”

His adviser Jason Miller promised a “very professional, very polished” statement in which the former president would be surrounded by a large group of activists “holding signs.” Donald Trump, known for his unpredictability, could upset the calendar at the last minute, even though he has been flirting for months with the idea of ​​running for office.

However, it will be difficult to back down because it has raised expectations. The businessman predicted that Tuesday would be “one of the most important days in the history of our country.”


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Mid-term elections in the US: Donald Trump is on the edge

There is no “giant wave”.

Donald Trump, who came to power in November 2016 in an unprecedented political climate, defied all norms during his presidency. He left Washington in shambles after failing to win re-election against Joe Biden — a defeat he has never acknowledged. So this new bid will be the septuagenarian’s third for the White House.

This foreshadows a possible remake of the 2020 presidential election: President Biden recently reaffirmed his “intention” to run for a second term, though he was careful to postpone any final decision until next year.

Is he going to declare himself a candidate before the “midterms” are over? Rumors have swirled in recent weeks about an imminent announcement by former President Donald Trump that he is determined to return to power following an expected Republican victory in the Nov. 8 elections.

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Midterms: “The Real Danger? Republican Efforts to Change Election Rules.”

But the “giant wave” predicted with great fanfare by conservatives is far from materializing: President Biden’s Democratic Party secured control of the Senate this weekend, beating pollsters’ predictions and even expanding its majority.

Republicans will largely take over the House of Representatives from Democrats, but with a significantly smaller majority than expected. To make matters worse, one of his closest allies, Cary Lake, lost his bid for governor of Arizona on Monday.

It has tarnished the Tribune’s reputation as a kingmaker, more than the mixed performance of the Republican camp, particularly on the side of candidates named by Donald Trump. Several influential voices in the conservative camp have called on the real estate mogul to step aside from the Republican leadership, casting a shadow over his presidential plans.

A fight in Florida?

Part of the conservative electorate has already turned to the White House and another potential contender who lives in Florida: its governor, Ron DeSantis. The 40-year-old, the new star of the hard-right, who is coming out strong from the mid-term elections, vowed that his fight had “only just begun”.

But Donald Trump has maintained an undeniable popularity thanks to the constant stream of red hats that flow into his campaign rallies. Most polls still give him a Republican primary victory.