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Trump’s rivals told to be ‘ready for war’

Trump’s rivals told to be ‘ready for war’

Trump reportedly plans to announce his presidential bid on Tuesday, November 15
Potential competitors for the Republican Party presidential nomination should be “ready for war,” an adviser to Donald Trump has reportedly warned, as the former president is set to announce his candidacy for the 2024 election next week.

“I would expect Trump to come out swinging Tuesday,” an unnamed adviser told the Daily Beast on Friday. Trump had recently fueled speculation about his ambitions by pledging to make a “very big announcement” on November 15.

The source claimed that since he “eviscerated” 16 contenders in 2016, Trump “has kept the entire party in check through fear,” warning that anyone thinking of running should be prepared for a fight.

“I'm sure there will be challengers. But they better show up ready for war, because nothing is off the table,” the adviser is quoted as saying.

Some senior Trump aides, according to the Daily Beast, believe that he should postpone his announcement until after the December 6 Georgia runoff vote, which could determine control of the Senate.

However, others told the outlet that backtracking would look like a sign of weakness, saying it is “unlikely” Trump would postpone his announcement.

According to an advisory, received by the members of the media on Thursday, Trump will deliver a statement at 9 pm on Tuesday at his Mar-a-Lago club in Palm Beach, Florida. Press has already been invited to register for credentials.

A return to presidential politics by Trump is guaranteed to stir controversy, as the former leader faced two impeachment hearings during his single term in office and a near-endless stream of criticism and allegations from Democratic opponents – many of whom continue to accuse him of inciting the riot at the US Capitol on January 6, 2021.
Comments

Oh ya 1 year ago
Now Trump is playing Mr Racist saying Youngkin names sounds Chinese. This man can not be the party leader. He needs to let go and go play golf. He was 1 and done
Oh ya 1 year ago
Can't be president if you do not have the balls to admit that people should stop taking the clot shot he promoted. But his ego is larger than life. Donny will split the vote and Dems will get in again. Even slow Joe says he is going to run and likely win with a split vote. Donny needs to realize that he is 1 and done

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