‘And there it is…’ Kellyanne Conway makes a bold Trump claim

Pollster and senior counsel to former President Trump, Kellyanne Conway, appeared at an event for the Christian Science Monitor and made the bold prediction that her former boss will announce that he is running for the presidency in 2024 “soon.”

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Trump has indicated previously that he wanted the midterm elections to play out before he made an announcement. He didn’t want to detract from conservative candidates seeking to take part in a political realignment in the United States during the red wave expected to sweep the elections this month.

“I think you can expect him to announce soon,” Conway said during the interview Thursday.

Conway was the first woman in history to successfully manage a winning presidential campaign. She noted that she gives Trump “a ton of credit” for not announcing yet and “for not stepping in the way of the midterm candidates.”

Conway claims that she and Trump speak “often.” She advised him not to announce running for the presidency in 2024 before the midterm elections and it looks like he heeded that advice.

She proceeded to declare that the former president will be a “big winner” in the midterm elections, with many of his endorsed candidates winning their respective races.

Conway also pointed out that Trump never really quit campaigning after he left office and that he will not have any trouble moving into the 2024 campaign cycle.

I think Donald Trump wants to run for any number of reasons. First of all, he is as sad and disappointed and frustrated as apparently the majority of the country, according to all the polls… We are not energy independent, we don’t have a humming economy, we don’t have less than 2 percent inflation, it’s 8.1 [percent], we don’t have border security… We don’t have satisfaction among job creators, job seekers, and job holders,” Conway said. “People feel less secure financially, physically. Less secure at the border, less secure around the globe.”

“Donald Trump feels ‘I did it the first time and I can do it again.’ And if he runs a binary choice election, he certainly can prevail. If he just reminds you of life under President Trump and life under President [Joe] Biden and sticks to those binary contrasts on the record, he’s got a good story to tell… The reason he wants to run is he thought he would still be there,” she added.

The 2024 Republican Party nomination is still ostensibly Trump’s for the taking. He is wildly popular among conservatives and polling attests to that fact. His only competition is Gov. Ron DeSantis (R-Fla.) who is far more likely to be Trump’s vice presidential pick than running for the presidency himself this time around.

“If I’m Ron DeSantis, I’m sure I can think about running — but why not go be the best two-term governor of the third-largest state in modern history, if not ever, and then walk into the presidency in 2028?” Conway commented concerning the Florida governor’s political aspirations.

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