The US is Dead- Donald Trump

Former President of the United States, Donald Trump has said it is important for someone running for President of the US to take a cognitive test.


Speaking on FoxNews’ Hannity, the 76-year old answered a plethora of questions regarding the forthcoming elections.

Asked if Biden should replace his vice, Kamala Harris, Trump said his party(the Democratic Party) will kick against it if he tried.

Asked what he misses the most about being President, he said he misses being able to do things quickly. He cited the Ukraine war, saying he wasn’t lying when he said he could end the war in 24 hours, something he can’t do if he’s not President.

He proceeded to slam the left’s endless witch-hunt, saying they have helped in killing the USA with their ideas and that is why he is leaving his comfort to run again.

Trump is running for President again in 2024 under the Republican Party!

Republicans could have a crowded field of choices to challenge President Biden, who, at age 80, is the oldest person to serve as president — and yet is expected to announce a bid for reelection. Here are those who have so far declared interest in running for President.


Donald Trump
Former president, 76

The former president has a stronghold with a significant portion of the GOP base, but chaos and controversy surround him.

Nikki Haley
Former South Carolina governor, 51

Haley was the first candidate to challenge Trump, but she’s not very well known nationally.

Vivek Ramaswamy
Entrepreneur, 37

A young former tech and finance CEO, Ramaswamy has a niche following, but not much of a national profile.


Ron DeSantis
Florida governor, 44

DeSantis is seen as a more disciplined version of Trump, but he’s untested as a national candidate and competing against Trump for a similar set of voters.

Mike Pence
Former vice president, 63

Pence’s biggest strength is his appeal with white Christian evangelicals, but his break with Trump made him a bit of a pariah for the MAGA base.

Mike Pompeo
Former secretary of state, 59

Pompeo served as secretary of state and CIA director under Trump, but it’s hard to see how he emerges from the former president’s shadow.

Chris Sununu
New Hampshire governor, 48

Sununu will try to carve out a moderate, anti-Trump lane, but his socially moderate views are out of step with a large portion of the GOP base

Tim Scott
South Carolina senator, 57

Scott is Black, from a key early GOP primary state and a potentially formidable candidate. His national profile is lacking, though, and that will take time and money to build.

Glenn Youngkin
Virginia governor, 56

Youngkin is wealthy and was able to win in a state that has trended Democratic, but he’s not well known or a dynamic speaker.

Kristi Noem
South Dakota governor, 51

Noem is well liked among many conservatives, but she comes from a small state, which has meant lower name identification.

Asa Hutchinson
Former Arkansas governor, 72

Hutchinson is a conservative governor from the South who is opposed to Trump, but it isn’t clear there’s an appetite for Hutchinson’s brand of politics when the MAGA base loves Trump.

Liz Cheney
Former Wyoming congresswoman, 56

Cheney’s big potential strength might be her ability to take on Trump on a debate stage, but her intense opposition to him makes it difficult to see how she could gain enough support.

John Bolton
Former national security adviser, 74

Bolton’s expertise is in foreign policy — and he’s likely eager to take on Trump on the subject. But GOP voters may be turned off, given that he has made enemies in the Republican Party, notably with his former boss.

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