Donald Trump ‘will run AGAIN in 2024 if he loses to Joe Biden’
DONALD Trump will run again in 2024 if he loses to Joe Biden.
Bryan Lanza, former communications director for the president's transition team, said he can "make a strong case to run again."
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However, this move would have to be approved by the rest of the Republican party.
Lanza added that Trump "would be younger than Biden is now" if he ran again in 2024.
The president would actually be 78, which is one year older than Joe Biden currently is.
Speaking on the Today program, Lanza said: "Biden will have the opportunity to guide this country out of Covid, and we’ll see what his successes and failures are.
"And there's nobody in the Republican party that can challenge President Trump in the primaries."
In another interview with CNBCi, Lanza said that he "wouldn't be surprised to see him on the ticket in 2024" if he loses this election.
It has not yet been officially announced who will be President of the United States following the 2020 Election.
However, on Wednesday afternoon, Biden declared "we'll win" the election after he received crucial victories in Michigan and Wisconsin.
America is anxiously waiting for the results of nail-biting races in Arizona and Georgia this morning, which could secure the White House for Biden if he claims both states.
Biden's increased lead in the Electoral College means that he could seal a victory in the bitterly contested presidential battle today.
This election has come down to the wire – after Trump defied pollsters again who predicted a Biden landslide.
Can Donald Trump still win the US election?
Joe Biden and Donald Trump are locked in a tense fight to the finish, as the task of counting millions of votes continues.
Trump can still win as key states such as Pennsylvania are yet to be called.
Trump's lead narrowed in the swing state of Michigan with just 0.5 percent difference between the two rivals.
Right now Democratic nominee Biden is in the lead with 243 electoral votes while President Trump has 214.
The count is nearing its end with 99 percent of votes having been counted so far.
A victory in both Wisconsin and Michigan would take Biden to the 270 votes needed to secure victory.
Meanwhile, Mr Trump needs to win other key battleground states such as Georgia, North Carolina, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin to remain in the White House.
CNN reported on Wednesday night, citing a source, that Trump was "feeling down" as he watched his lead shrink in key states as democrat-backing mail-in ballots were being added to the tallies.
Trump is prepared to give Democrats a court battle "they'll never forget" over the counting of mail-in ballots.
The Trump campaign has filed lawsuits to stop vote-counting in Pennsylvania, Michigan, and Georgia to demand better access for Republican observers to locations where ballots are being counted.
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