Former President Donald Trump appears to be eying a 2024 presidential run, but he also believes there are some “good people” within the Republican Party who could make a strong candidate if he chooses not to mount another campaign. . .
During a Wednesday interview with radio host Hugh Hewitt, Trump said there are a “couple of people” who would be “very good” candidates for the nomination if he doesn’t run. He has “two or three” people in mind, but he wouldn’t tell Hewitt specifically who he thought would give Republicans their best chance at winning back the presidency in 2024.
Trump’s likely going to wait until after the 2022 midterms to officially launch a campaign if he plans to run. At that point, he told Hewitt he would “discuss” the subject of who Republicans should “flock to” if he decides not to vie for the presidency again.
“I’ll tell you about that someday soon, okay? I’ll tell you about it, but I’m not going to say anything about it now,” Trump told Hewitt when asked who Republicans should nominate. “We do have some good people. We really do. We have some very good people.” (Read more from “Donald Trump Has Republicans in Mind to Lead GOP in 2024 if He Doesn’t Run” HERE)
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