Trump considering holding a rally soon, says 'hope' he'll run again in 2024

Trump also teased a possible 2024 presidential run, responding that there was "hope."
CHARLOTTE, NC - MARCH 2: U.S. President Donald Trump speaks to supporters during a rally on March 2, 2020 in Charlotte, North Carolina. Trump was campaigning ahead of Super Tuesday.

Former President Trump is considering holding a rally in the near future.

"We’re thinking about doing one relatively soon just to let everybody know that there’s hope in the future," Trump told daughter-in-law Lara Trump on Tuesday during her podcast "The Right View with Lara Trump." "I love doing them. But more importantly, I think we get the word out."

He also explained his connection between rallies and winning states in a presidential election.

"When you have rallies, you know if you won a state," he said. "I can tell if we’re going to win a state by a rally. When we set up a rally 24 hours before and we have 35, 40,000 people show up. ... When you have 52,000 people show up quickly for a rally … and the people line up for four days in advance, they stay in tents and things – it’s the most incredible thing."

Trump also repeated his allegation that the 2020 presidential election in which he lost reelection was a "hoax." He specifically claiming he won Pennsylvania. Democrat Joe Biden was the certified winner of Pennsylvania by roughly 20,000 votes, according to The Epoch Times.

When asked whether supporters should continue to hold out "hope" that he will run again in 2024, Trump replied: "You do have hope, that I can tell you. We love our country, but now we have to help our country."