Donald Trump is now expected to officially launch his campaign to retake the White House after the Midterm elections where the Republicans are on track for a big win over the Democrats.
It comes amid reports that the former President, who still contests his defeat in 2020, is going to use major Congressional gains for the Republican Party as a springboard for a campaign launch in January.
Sources close to former President Trump have told Express.co.uk that he is likely to launch his campaign in January next year and February at the latest.
Meanwhile, Associated Press (AP) has been told that Trump is now 95 percent likely to run. If President Trump runs, he will be very difficult for any Republican to defeat.
AP also claimed that aides to the former president are making quiet preparations for a 2024 presidential campaign that could be launched soon after next week’s midterm elections as Trump tries to capitalise on expected Republican wins to propel himself toward becoming the front-runner for his party’s nomination.
Express.co.uk understands that GETTR founder Jason Miller is running the President’s pre-draft preparation before the official campaign is launched.
And polling has revealed that Mr Trump is in a strong position to win in 2024. According to the Democracy Institute results in its October monthly tracker poll for Express.co.uk of 1,500 likely voters, Mr Trump beats all the most likely opponents.
In the unlikely event Mr Biden attempts to get a second term, he would fair best against Mr Trump but still trails 48 percent to 44 percent.
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Source: Trump 2024 gathers momentum as allies say he will launch campaign after Midterm elections