Trump Teasing 2024 Run, Stumping for Vance, GOP in Ohio

Trump Teasing 2024 Run, Stumping for Vance, GOP in Ohio (Newsmax)

By Eric Mack | Monday, 07 November 2022 08:52 PM EST

Stumping on the eve of the 2022 midterms, former President Donald Trump rallied with the famous election bellwether state of Ohio on Monday night, pitching GOP Sen.-nominee J.D. Vance for voters.

"Tomorrow the great people of Ohio are going to send J.D. Vance to the United States Senate," Trump told his Save America rally in Dayton, Ohio, which aired live on Newsmax, as he stumped for Vance, GOP Gov. Mike DeWine, and Lt. Gov. Jon Husted.

"J.D. you have some very good polls today: What the hell am I doing here? Good night, everybody," Trump joked. "We can make this one real short, J D., would you like to just do it for a quickie, or do you want to through the whole deal?"

Trump hailed the guests of North Carolina women for Trump and the frequently mentioned man in the Uncle Sam costume.

"Uncle Sam, do you love our country? Uh, you better believe it," Trump said. "No, he loves it better two years ago, but he's going to love it a lot very soon."

Trump, who descended down the stairs of the proverbial Trump Force One like the Trump Tower escalator before 2016, was speaking one night before the midterms and one night after teasing his long-awaited 2024 presidential campaign announcement might come Monday night.

Trump reportedly had to be talked out of making his 2024 presidential campaign declaration Saturday night in Latrobe, Pennsylvania, and he teased a potential announcement Monday night at his Sunday rally in Miami.

"I ran twice; I won twice, and I did much better the second time than I did the first, getting millions and millions more votes in 2020 that we got in 2016 – and likewise getting more votes than any sitting president in the history of our country by far," Trump told his rally Sunday night, which aired live on Newsmax.

"And, now, in order to make our country successful, safe, and glorious, I will probably have to do it again.

"But stay tuned."

"Stay tuned tomorrow night in the great state of Ohio," Trump continued, teasing his long-awaited 2024 presidential announcement with Vance on the eve of the 2022 midterm elections' final votes.

"We have to win a historic victory for Republicans on Tuesday."

Trump presidential adviser Dick Morris has told Newsmax on Saturday that Trump has been repeatedly being held back in announcing officially for 2024 in order to give the GOP midterm candidates the spotlight before Tuesday.

"This is the year we are going to take back the House; we're going to take back the Senate; we're going to take back America — we're going to take it back — and in 2024, most importantly, we're going to take back that big, beautiful, magnificent White House," Trump said, keeping that segment of his speech unchanged. "We're going to take it back."

Trump also teased an impending announcement Saturday night, calling his chief GOP challenger in the 2024 hypothetical presidential primary polls Florida Gov. "Ron DeSantimonious."

The quip was pitched in the media as a shot across the bow for his potential primary challenger, but experts close to Trump say the quip wa merely targeted at his Florida gubernatorial campaign ads that pitched DeSantis as have been given to Florida by the hand of God.

After the quip, Trump told this Miami rally to get out and vote for DeSantis in Tuesday's midterm election against Rep. Val Demings, D-Fla.


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