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Joe Biden Reacts To Trump’s Plan To Return In 2024

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US President Joe Biden said on Wednesday that his predecessor, Donald Trump, “failed” his country while in office in response to Trump’s declaration of a second presidential bid.

Joe Biden Reacts To Trump's Plan To Return In 2024

Joe Biden Reacts To Trump’s Plan To Return In 2024

“Donald Trump failed America,” Biden said in a tweet from Bali, where he was attending the last day of the G20 summit.

This was accompanied by a video compilation in which Trump was accused of rigging economy for rich, “attacking health care”, “coddling extremists”, “attacking women’s rights”, and “inciting a violent mob” in an attempt to overturn his 2020 election loss to Biden.

The two looked at each other briefly before Biden said “not really,” while Macron remained silent.

Newsmen earlier reported that Trump pulled the trigger on a third White House run on Tuesday night.

Trump officially launched a campaign for president in 2024, filing papers with the Federal Election Commission in which he declared himself a candidate for the presidency and established a new campaign committee.

Trump is expected to give a speech later in the evening at his Florida private club, Mar-a-Lago.

“America’s comeback starts right now,” the 76-year-old former US President told hundreds of supporters gathered in an ornate American flag-draped ballroom at his palatial Mar-a-Lago residence in Florida.

“The voting will be much different. Are you getting ready?” Trump said.

“This will not be my campaign. This will be our campaign all together,” he said to the cheering crowd.


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Trump’s unusually early entry into the White House race is being seen in Washington as an attempt to get the jump on other Republicans seeking to be the party flag-bearer in 2024 – and to stave off potential criminal charges.

Republicans are licking their wounds after disappointing midterms, widely blamed on the underperformance of Trump-anointed candidates, and some are openly asking whether Trump – with his divisive brand of politics and mess of legal woes – is the right person to carry the party colours next time around.

Several possible 2024 primary rivals are circling, chief among them the governor of Florida Ron DeSantis, who bucked the tide and won a resounding reelection victory on November 8.

Trump, who lost the 2020 elections to Democrat Joe Biden after being impeached twice by the House of Representatives, launches his latest White House bid with several potential handicaps.

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