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Donald Trump has vowed that he will return to the White House after the next US presidential election in 2024.
The former POTUS claimed that not only will he get back into 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, he’ll be back there ‘better and stronger than ever’.
Trump also restated his false claim that he actually won the last election, which saw Democrat Joe Biden installed in the White House.
Trump told the gathered crowd, per Business Insider: 'With the support of everyone in this room, we will take back the House, we will take back the Senate and we will take back our country, and then most importantly in 2024, we are going to take back our beautiful White House.
'You had a president that always put America first. I will be back and we will be better and stronger than ever before.'
On the result of the 2020 election, The Donald added: 'We won twice. We did much better the second time, and we may have to do it again.'
Trump has repeatedly claimed he won the election, despite all objective evidence pointing to the exact opposite result.
Still, that won’t stop him from running for office again in 2024, and he believes that should he decide to throw his hat into the ring, he’ll easily pick up the Republican Party nomination.
'I think if I run, I'll get it,' he recently told Fox Business. 'Look, I have a 94, 95 percent, even in the CPAC (Conservative Political Action Conference), I had a 98 percent approval rating. So, if I decide to run, I'll get it very easily.'
He added: 'Most people have said if I run, they won't run against me so I think that's good.'
Nothing has been set in stone yet with regards to Trump’s plans to go in for the GOP nomination once again, whereas Biden has already said he’ll bid for re-election in two years’ time ‘if [he’s] in good health’.
The President told ABC News: 'I’m a great respecter of fate. Fate has intervened in my life many, many times.
'If I’m in the health I’m in now, if I’m in good health, then in fact, I would run again.'
When it was put to him that running again would mean a second showdown against The Donald, Biden responded: 'You’re trying to tempt me now.
'Sure, why would I not run against Donald Trump if he were the nominee? That’d increase the prospect of running,' he said.
By the time Election Day 2024 rolls around, Biden will be 81.
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