Former President Donald Trump announced his third presidential run at the Mar-a-Lago Club in Palm Beach, Florida, on November 15, 2022.
Donald Trump announced on Tuesday that he’s running for president again in 2024.
It’s Trump’s third presidential run; he won his first race against Hillary Clinton in 2016 and lost to Joe Biden in 2020.
Trump’s 2024 campaign comes as he faces escalating federal and state criminal investigations.
Donald Trump formally announced on Tuesday evening that he is running again for president, portraying a dark picture of President Joe Biden’s America in what quickly became a meandering speech to kick off his comeback campaign.
Trump cast himself as the lone panacea to a long list of ills on a “quest to save our country.” He was short on new policy pronouncements, reiterating past ideas of imposing the death penalty for drug dealers, promising full back-pay for any American servicemember who was kicked out due to vaccine mandates, support for term limits…
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