Donald Trump, a former president, hasn’t declared his intentions to run in 2024, though.
Two Iowa political operatives have been hired by Donald Trump’s Save America PAC, indicating that the former president hasn’t ruled out a bid for the presidency in 2024.
A Save America representative told POLITICO that Eric Branstad and Alexander Latcham were hired with a “wide political portfolio focused on advancing Save America’s aims of electing strong, Pro-Trump, America First conservatives.” Bloomberg was the first to break the news.
Latcham, who handled political relations for the Trump administration, returned to Iowa early this year, the state that usually marks the beginning of the presidential election. Branstad worked as Trump’s state director in Iowa and resides there as well. Later, he was employed by the Department of Commerce.
The former president continues to assert erroneously that he defeated President Joe Biden in November while refusing to say whether he will run in 2024.
However, according to campaign disclosure documents submitted last week, the former president has a sizable war fund. Over the past six months, Team Trump has raised more than $50 million, and more than $100 million will be raised by the second half of 2021. His post-election fundraising campaign has primarily concentrated on modest online donations. through his Make America Great Again PAC and Save America.
“I can’t tell you just yet. But I definitely know my response,” Trump responded when asked if he will run for president again on Fox News a few weeks ago.
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