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Donald Trump ‘just DAYS away from announcing 2024 run for president’, GOP Rep Jim Jordan says


OHIO Representative Jim Jordan has reportedly claimed Donald Trump will announce he’s running for president again “any day now.”

Lauren Windsor, the creator of TheUndercurrent.TV, tweeted that Jordan informed her of the news at an event in Iowa on Thursday evening.


Rep. Jim Jordan has reportedly claimed Donald Trump will announce a presidential run ‘any day now’[/caption]


Trump has declared recently that he plans to host an event in Iowa, adding to growing speculation about a potential run for the White House in 2024[/caption]

According to Windsor, “a GOP operative in the state later announced to the crowd that Trump will travel here [to Iowa] imminently.”

Speculation about whether Trump will announced a 2024 bid for the White House has grown over recent days.

Trump recently said he plans to return for a rally in Iowa, the first-in-the-nation caucus state, on the Todd Starnes show.


Speaking about the crowd sizes at recent rallies, Trump said: “We’re doing some more. We’re going to Iowa. We’re going to Georgia. We’re going to some others.”

In response to Windsor’s tweet about Trump’s potential announcement, New York Times Washington correspondent Maggie Haberman tweeted: “Trump could always not pull the trigger but this is what he’s now told several people – sooner rather than later.”

Trump’s niece, Mary Trump, has claimed the former president will make another run at the presidency, but said that his children lack the charisma to do so.

Last month, former Trump press secretary Sean Spicer also said he believes Trump will run.

Other potential Republican candidates have also started making moves in Iowa.

Senator Ted Cruz of Texas held fundraisers for Representative Ashley Hinson and congressional candidate Nicole Hasso recently.


Senator Marco Rubio of Florida also held events in the state this week.

Earlier this month, two Iowa political consultants, Eric Brandstad and Alex Latcham, were hired as senior advisors by Trump’s leadership PAC.

According to reports, Trump has also spoke to Republican Party of Iowa Chair Jeff Kaufmann to sense the mood in the state, which he won in both the 2016 and 2020 elections.


Trump recently said he plans to hold a rally in Iowa – the first caucus state in the nation[/caption]

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