Donald Trump is contesting the results of the election in several key battleground states like Pennsylvania, Nevada, Georgia, and Michigan to name a few.
And Americans are rallying behind him – with nearly 250,000 fired up Trump supporters converging on Washington, D.C. over the weekend for the “Million MAGA March.”
But jaws dropped when Trump revealed this plan to concede the 2020 election.
After prematurely declaring Joe Biden the President-elect, the Democrats, the Fake News Media – and even some moderate Republicans – have been viciously attacking President Trump for refusing to give up the fight and concede the election to Joe Biden.
Of course, President Trump is refusing to admit defeat and declare Joe Biden the rightful winner of the 2020 election until all legal votes are counted and the election is certified.
But Donald Trump is planning to concede the race should Joe Biden be officially certified as the winner.
You see, according to one senior administration official, even though President Trump doesn’t believe the election results were fair, President Trump is planning to concede to Joe Biden if he is certified as the winner.
But his fight to Make America Great Again won’t end with his concession speech.
Instead, President Trump is planning to run again in 2024.
As The Washington Post recently reported, “Trump has indicated in some of these conversations that he understands Biden will take over the presidency on Jan. 20, Inauguration Day. Rather than talking about a second term, Trump has been matter-of-factly discussing a possible 2024 campaign.”
And a close ally of the President echoed the same sentiment, saying Donald Trump told him last week:
“I’m just going to run in 2024 – I’m just going to run again.”
Of course, President Trump is legally allowed to run for President again in 2024 if Joe Biden in the event Joe Biden is certified the winner.
But it won’t be easy.
Grover Cleveland is the only other President in American history to serve two nonconsecutive terms.
But Grover Cleveland was also an outsider who shook up the status quo in Washington, D.C. during his Presidency.
So should Trump run again in 2024, perhaps he will have the same fate as President Grover Cleveland did in his 1892 victory over Benjamin Harrison who defeated him four years earlier.
Political Animal News will keep you up-to-date on any developments to this ongoing story.