At Georgia rally, former President Trump promises 'glorious victory in 2024'
The rally comes one day after the Arizona election audit.
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Former President Donald Trump on Saturday promised a "glorious victory in 2024," a vow that comes amid ongoing signals from the Republican former president that he fully intends to run in the next presidential election.
Trump this week revealed that only a "bad call from a doctor" would derail his 2024 ambitions. At a rally in Perry, Ga., on Saturday, he offered further strong implications that he would be running that year.
“If we have a country left in 2024, that’s the problem," he said to the raucous crowd.
“What they’re doing at this level, you’re not going to have a country left," he argued further, criticizing the Biden administration for its handling of domestic and international affairs, including the ongoing crisis at the U.S. southern border.
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