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Trump And A Possible 2024 Presidential Run

On Sunday, Trump again teased that he may announce his intention to run for president in 2024 before midterm election season is through.

“I ran twice, I won twice,” he says, repeating the false claim that he was the actual winner of the 2020 presidential election.

Trump’s false claims that he won the election in 2020 had widespread effects. A group of his supporters stormed the Capitol building on 6 January 2021 to try and overturn Joe Biden’s victory as lawmakers were about to certify the results.

At a rally he had urged his supporters to march “peacefully” to the Capitol, but also made unsubstantiated claims of massive voter fraud and told them to “fight like hell”.

Five people died during the riot, and Trump became the first president to be impeached twice, though he was never convicted.

The Democratic and Republican parties are making last-minute appeals for votes in the run-up to Tuesday’s elections.

Biden will appear at a rally in Maryland, a state normally considered a Democratic stronghold

Donald Trump who is expected to announce another run for the presidency – is holding an evening rally in Ohio for JD Vance, an author and former Trump critic.

Republican Governor Ron DeSantis, considered to be a possible Trump White House rival in 2024, is in Miami

With one day to go before election day, nearly 39 million Americans have cast their ballots in early voting.

All 435 seats in the House and 35 seats in the Senate are up for grabs – Biden has said losing both chambers would mean a “difficult two years” for his presidency.

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